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250-Gb/s self-clocked optical TDM with a polarization-multiplexed clock

Glesk, I. and Prucnal, P. R. (1995) 250-Gb/s self-clocked optical TDM with a polarization-multiplexed clock. Fiber and Integrated Optics, 14 (1). pp. 71-82. ISSN 0146-8030

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In this paper we report the first demonstration of all-optical time demultiplexing at 250 Gb/s with self-clocking using polarization multiplexing of the clock and data. To achieve such high speed, an ultra high-speed device known as the Terahertz Optical Asymmetric Demultiplexer (TOAD) is used. We also demonstrate self-clocked address recognition and routing control of a photonic switch at 250 Gb/s. The bit-error rate at the switch output was measured to be less than 10-9.