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Four-Wave Mixing in SOAs for Frequency Conversion in WDM Systems

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Abstract

Improvements in the performance of wavelength-division multiplexed transport networks can be obtained if optical frequency conversion (interchangeably known as wavelength conversion) can be performed in the switching nodes [1, 2].

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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