Abstract

Demultiplexing channels of data at rates in the 100-Gbit/s range will require that advanced all-optical devices be designed and developed. Computer simulations will become increasingly useful in prototyping these devices.1 We have developed a computer code that accurately predicts the switching characteristics of a demultiplexer operating in the picosecond range.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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