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100 Gbit/s optical clock recovery using electrical phaselocked loop consisting of commercially available components

100 Gbit/s optical clock recovery using electrical phaselocked loop consisting of commercially available components

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Polarisation and wavelength insensitive 100 Gbit/s optical clock recovery using an electrical phaselocked loop consisting entirely of commercially available components is demonstrated. The system exhibits excellent long-term stability, with a timing jitter of ~250 fs.

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