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WDM compatible 2R regeneration device based on eight-channel saturable absorber module

Le, Q.T. and Bramerie, L. and Lobo, S. and Gay, M. and Joindot, M. and Simon, J.-C. and Poudoulec, A. and Van Der Keur, M. and Devemy, C. and Massoubre, David and Oudar, J.L. and Aubin, G. and Shen, A. and Decobert, J. (2007) WDM compatible 2R regeneration device based on eight-channel saturable absorber module. Electronics Letters, 43 (23). pp. 1305-1306. ISSN 0013-5194

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Abstract

The first pigtailed saturable absorber chip has been implemented with eight independent fibres using a simple coupling technique. This device provides full WDM regeneration compatibility, which has been experimentally demonstrated at 42.6 Gbit=s.