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Dispersion compensation at 40 Gbit/s over 100 km of standard fibre via mid-span spectral inversion in semiconductor optical amplifier with integrated pump laser

Dispersion compensation at 40 Gbit/s over 100 km of standard fibre via mid-span spectral inversion in semiconductor optical amplifier with integrated pump laser

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Dispersion compensation via mid-span spectral inversion is demonstrated for the first time in a semiconductor optical amplifier monolithically integrated with a distributed feedback pump laser. A 40 Gbit/s signal is successfully transmitted over a span of more than 100 km of standard fibre.

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