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  • Journal of Lightwave Technology
  • Vol. 30,
  • Issue 4,
  • pp. 572-582
  • (2012)

Wavelength Conversion and All-Optical Regeneration: Achievements and Open Issues

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Abstract

All-optical wavelength conversion and regeneration have, since 20 years, attracted a lot of interest thanks to their potential applications and sophisticated working principles; however, they have not yet led to practical products that could be deployed in the real networks. We present here a critical review of the greatest achievements and main type of solutions that have been demonstrated. We then discuss the still-open issues that should be addressed in order to see the practical implementations.

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