Abstract

We report on a cross-gain and cross-phase modulation experiment in an InGaAsP semiconductor optical amplifier. For 150 fs pulses we observe large pulse broadening and pulse break-up resulting in performance limitations for ultrafast switching devices.

© 2000 Optical Society of America

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