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Optical waveform measurements with an optical sampling system based on a mode-locked laser diode

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Optical sampling1 is very attractive for ultrahigh-bit-rate optical transmission technology because of high temporal resolution, small distortion, and low noise. We propose a practical and compact optical sampling system using a mode-locked laser diode (LD) as a sampling source and a frequency offset technique to obtain an electrically swept cross-correlation.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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