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Picosecond pulse technology for ultrahigh-speed optical-fiber communications

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Optical communication systems operating at rates in the gigabit per second range are currently being explored. To study temporal limits on components and systems, it is necessary to use a source that produces short optical pulses at wavelengths throughout the near-IR spectral range. In this paper we will describe the use of picosecond pulses from optically pumped, ultrashort cavity, semiconductor film lasers to study system components for ultrahigh-speed optical-fiber communication.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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