Abstract

A quantum dispersion canceller is proposed that uses all-optical quantum signal processing based on strong quantum correlations in the signal and idler waves amplified by an optical parametric amplifier at the receiver end. It cancels the even-order dispersion and can regenerate an optical data packet without any ambiguity.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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