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Experimental Demonstration of Phase-Sensitive Regeneration of a 10-20 Gb/s BPSK Channel without a Phase-Locked Loop using Brillouin Amplification

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We experimentally demonstrate all-optical phase-sensitive regeneration of a 10–20Gb/s BPSK signal without a phase-locked loop by amplifying the idler using Brillouin amplification. Phase noise reduction of up to 56% along with 11dB gain at BER of 10−5 were observed.

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