Abstract

Some of the most practical all-optical wavelength-conversion devices reported in the literature exploit the cross-gain (XGM) or cross-phase (XPM) modulation concept using semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) alone or SOAs integrated into interferometric structures.1-5

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