Slow-light based optical signal processing at 640Gb/s
We show that slow light is capable of enhancing nonlinear optical processes for ultra-high bandwidth all-optical signal processing on a chip at bit rates approaching 1Tb/s/. We achieve residual dispersion and optical signal to noise ratio (OSNR) monitoring via slow-light enhanced optical third-harmonic generation in dispersion engineered 2D silicon photonic crystal waveguides at bit rates from 40Gb/s to 640Gb/s.
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|Source:||2010 23rd Annual Meeting of the IEEE Photonics Society, PHOTONICS 2010|
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