Asghari, M and White, IH and Penty, RV (1996) Chirp limitation on high-speed wavelength conversion using semiconductor optical amplifiers. Conference Proceedings - Lasers and Electro-Optics Society Annual Meeting-LEOS. pp. 484-485. ISSN 1092-8081Full text not available from this repository.
The cross-gain-saturation effect in SOAs, has been shown to enable robust high-speed wavelength conversion. Under strong electrical and optical pumping, conversion speeds in excess of 20 Gbit/s have been illustrated. However, the effect of chirp on transmission distance at such ultrahigh bit rates has not been studied theoretically in detail. This paper considers the chirp introduced on conversion, employing cross-gain saturation, and studies its dependence on amplifier drive current and signal power. It further shows how an increase in injected cw optical power can reduce chirp while improving conversion speed.
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