Abstract

Fully Time-division-multiplexed 100 Gbit/s optical signal is successfully transmitted through a 200 km fiber followed by PLL timing extraction and 100 to 6.3 Gbit/s all-optical demultiplexing based on polarization-insensitive four-wave-mixing. The 6.3 GHz clock is recovered from the 100 Gbit/s signal using the four-wave-mixing light generated in a polarization- insensitive 100 GHz laser-diode-amplifier phase detector. Polarization-insensitive four-wavemixing demultiplexing is achieved by a polarization rotating loop mirror configuration.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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