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High bit-rate optical regeneration at 1.55 Micron

Référence

85089-01

Statut des brevets

French patent application FR0200756 filed on January 22, 2002 entitled “Composant à absorbant saturable et procédé de fabrication de composant à absorbant saturable”

Inventeurs

Jean-Louis OUDAR
Houtaï CHOUMANE
Constantin NELEP

Statut commercial

Research agreement, exclusive or non exclusive licenses

Laboratoire

Laboratoire de photonique et de nanostructures, a CNRS laboratory (UPR 20) in Marcoussis, France.

Description

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

This invention describes a passive optical component that can regenerate at high bit-rate an optical signal at 1.55 μm. The device uses an ultra fast saturable absorber with a heavy ion irradiated quantum well, inserted into a FP microcavity. An all optical component is used for the invention to avoid the electronic complexity of existing solutions. It is less expensive to install and increases the maximum bit-rate by a factor of 4 compared to actual devices, allowing optical regeneration of 40Gbit/s data.

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

Optical component for telecommunications industry. Optical signal regenerator for long distance communication; wavelength conversion, WDM; modulation contrast amplifier; optical sampling.

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