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Fully engineered coherent multichannel transmitters and receivers with low-cost potential

Fully engineered coherent multichannel transmitters and receivers with low-cost potential

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Coherent optical multichannel FSK transmitters and receivers using data-induced polarisation switching have been developed. The transmitter powers range from −0.6 to +5.2dBm, and the receiver sensitivities are −52.0 to −51.6dBm at 140 Mbit/s. The common tuning range is 148GHz.

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