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Programmable high-bit-rate pattern generator with a segmented semiconductor optical amplifier

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Abstract

We have demonstrated that spatial gain modulation in a segmented semiconductor optical amplifier can be converted to a temporal signal. A four-segment amplifier was used to generate digital return-to-zero patterns at 40 Gbits/s, and this technique should be readily scalable to more than 100 Gbits/s.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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