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Novel techniques for multichannel wavelength division multiplexing

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Wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) is a technology which enables greater exploitation of the available optical bandwidth of the fiber and as such is becoming increasingly important not only for wide-bandwidth trunk transmission but also for wideband local area networks. In the latter WDM not only increases bandwidth but also makes available another dimension to further enhance system architecture.

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