Stephens, MFC and Penty, RV and Asghari, M and White, IH (1996) High-speed wavelength conversion utilizing birefringence in semiconductor optical amplifiers. Conference Proceedings - Lasers and Electro-Optics Society Annual Meeting-LEOS. pp. 348-349. ISSN 1092-8081Full text not available from this repository.
This paper describes a novel technique whereby a mixture of cross-phase and cross-gain modulation effects in an SOA causes polarization rotation of a cw probe beam in the presence of a signal pulse, enabling the transmission of the probe through a polarizer to be controlled. The benefits of this approach are: 1) Very high extinction ratios present in the wavelength converted signal (>30 achieved); 2) A non-inverted wavelength converted signal, which is advantageous for chirp-compensation;2 3) A simple and stable experimental set-up, 4) Converted pulses which can be shaped to be faster than the input pulses.
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