Abstract

We demonstrate a multiwavelength pulse source which utilizes supercontinuum generated in a normally dispersive holey fiber and spectral slicing in an arrayed waveguide grating. All channels exhibit almost constant pulse width and excellent noise properties, as verified by bit-error-rate measurements.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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