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80 Gbit/s 9 kbit Optical Pulse Storage Loop

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80 Gbit/s 9 kbit packets of optical return-to-zero data are stored in a fiber-optical storage loop for over 30 seconds. Rational-harmonic (2:1) amplitude modulation maintains the timing of the data.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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