Abstract

A semiconductor laser amplifier in a loop mirror was investigated for clock recovery from 160 Gb/s data signals. A width of the switching window larger than the bit period was appropriate. A power of -10dBm of the data signal was enough for the locking.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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