20 March 1996 Optical wavelength converters: techniques and system aspects
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Optical wavelength conversion will be a key function in photonic networks. Therefore the development of effective and practical all-optical wavelength converters is subject to considerable attention. Here, the application is outlined and the performance of wavelength conversion by semiconductor optical amplifiers reviewed.
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Carsten Joergensen, Carsten Joergensen, Soren L. Danielsen, Soren L. Danielsen, Benny Mikkelsen, Benny Mikkelsen, Kristian E. Stubkjaer, Kristian E. Stubkjaer, Nakita Vodjdani, Nakita Vodjdani, F. Ratovelomanana, F. Ratovelomanana, Alain Enard, Alain Enard, Genevieve Glastre, Genevieve Glastre, D. Rondi, D. Rondi, Robert R. Blondeau, Robert R. Blondeau, P. Doussiere, P. Doussiere, G. Garabedian, G. Garabedian, C. Graver, C. Graver, Amaury Jourdan, Amaury Jourdan, Michael Schilling, Michael Schilling, Wilfried Idler, Wilfried Idler, K. Wunstel, K. Wunstel, } "Optical wavelength converters: techniques and system aspects", Proc. SPIE 2692, Optical Interconnects in Broadband Switching Architectures, (20 March 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.235840; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.235840

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