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Polarisation independent all-optical demultiplexing using four wave mixing in dispersion shifted fibre

Polarisation independent all-optical demultiplexing using four wave mixing in dispersion shifted fibre

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A novel polarisation independent demultiplexer based on four wave mixing in a dispersion shifted fibre is proposed using a short, highly birefringent fibre in a forward and backward propagation scheme to allow polarisation diversity operation. The device has been tested with a 4×10 Gbit/s optical time division multiplexing transmitter. Polarisation dependency is less than 0.5 dB and the BER measurement does not show any floor down to 10-13.

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      • Patent pending.
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