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Experimental Demonstration of Tunable Optical De-aggregation of Each of Multiple Wavelength 16-QAM Channels into Two 4-PAM Channels

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We experimentally demonstrate tunable all-optical simultaneous de-aggregation of multiple wavelength 16-QAM channels into two 4-PAM channels using a single stage nonlinear element. Tunability of the proposed approach over modulation format and bitrate is shown by de-aggregation of multiple channels for 10/15-Gbaud QPSK signals into two BPSK signals.

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