All-optical differentiation of sub-picosecond pulses in SOI Bragg gratings

M.J. Strain , Katarzyna Rutkowska , D. Duchesne , R. Morandotti , M. Sorel , J. Azaña


The promise of higher data-rate telecommunications links has focussed research efforts into all-optical signal processing schemes. Many of these have targeted digital operations using devices such as Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs)[1] and micro-ring lasers[2]. Although all-optical digital processing will allow 3R (reamplification, reshaping and retiming) and logic operations, ultra-high-bit-rate communications, ultra-fast computing and data processing also require the capability to deal with analogue optical signals. © 2011 IEEE.

Author M.J. Strain - [University of Glasgow]
M.J. Strain,,
, Katarzyna Rutkowska (FP / OPD)
Katarzyna Rutkowska,,
- Optics and Photonics Division
, D. Duchesne - [INRS-Energy, Materials and Telecommunications]
D. Duchesne,,
, R. Morandotti - [INRS-Energy, Materials and Telecommunications]
R. Morandotti,,
, M. Sorel - [University of Glasgow]
M. Sorel,,
, J. Azaña - [INRS-Energy, Materials and Telecommunications]
J. Azaña,,
Book Proceedings on the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe and 12th European Quantum Electronics Conference, CLEO / EUROPE - EQEC 2011, 2011, Optical Society of America, ISBN 978-145770533-5, 152 p.
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