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Optical buffering at 10 Gbit/s employing a monolithically integrated all optical interferometric Michelson wavelength converter

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Abstract

Future networks are likely to utilise optical switching to avoid the bottleneck of electronics [1]. Both optical cross connects operating in a circuit switched mode and optical packet switches could be implemented to achieve the highest degree of flexibility and transparency [2].

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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