Ultrafast Nonlinear Optics on a Chip: Application to Signal Processing
We review results on the recently developed dispersion-shifted, Chalcogenide waveguides demonstrating nonlinear signal processing on a compact monolithic platform with ultra-broadband capability and moderate launch powers of around 100 mW. Highlight results include broadband wavelength conversion of high-bit rate optical signals, time division multiplexing of 320 Gb/s signals and characterization of 320 Gb/s signals using a photonic chip based RF spectrum analyzer with terahertz bandwidth. The...[Show more]
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