We discuss dynamic OAWG and OAWM technologies as EON transceivers to generate and detect arbitrary waveforms in any modulation format across their operating bandwidth. Compared to other technologies, OAWG/OAWM provides EON with most versatility, flexibility, and optical performance monitoring capability.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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