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DWDM transmission in O-band over 24 km PCF using optical frequency comb based multicarrier source

DWDM transmission in O-band over 24 km PCF using optical frequency comb based multicarrier source

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The first DWDM transmission in the O-band over photonic crystal fibre (PCF) by using an optical frequency comb based multicarrier source is realised. Fifteen carriers were generated with a 50 GHz spacing in the O-band by using an optical frequency comb technique and extraction with a Fabry-Perot filter. 10×15 Gbit/s DWDM signals were successfully generated over a 24 km PCF with a low power penalty.

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