30 January 2018 Optical signal processing using coherent optical frequency combs
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Optical signal processing using coherent optical frequency combs could have various potential applications for optical communications. In the beginning, an approach to achieve a tunable optical high-order QAM generation based on multichannel aggregation is discussed. Then, an all-optical pilot-tone based self-homodyne-detection scheme is demonstrated under two scenarios: (i) multiple WDM channels with sufficient power of pilot tones, and (ii) a single channel with a low-power pilot tone. Finally, a fragmented bandwidth allocation enabled by reconfigurable channel slicing and stitching is presented, in which a single optical channel could be redistributed into fragmented frequency slots and ultimately recovered at the receiver side.
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Y. Cao, Y. Cao, A. Fallahpour, A. Fallahpour, M. Ziyadi, M. Ziyadi, A. E. Willner, A. E. Willner, } "Optical signal processing using coherent optical frequency combs", Proc. SPIE 10560, Metro and Data Center Optical Networks and Short-Reach Links, 105600K (30 January 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2286808; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2286808
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