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Experiments on 40 Gb/s transmission with wavelength conversion: Results from the IST ATLAS project
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
  • Publication Sub Type:
    Journal Article
  • Authors:
    Matera F, Curti F, Tosi-Beleffi G, Franco P, Schiffini A, Corsini R, Paoletti A, Alberti F, Gloanec M, Bauknecht R, Gaspar M, Leclerc E, Boula-Picard R, Michel N, Vidmar M, Monterio P, Violas M, Pinto A, Suche H, Sohler W, Galtarossa A, Pizzinat A, De Angelis C, Gringoli F, Burr E, Seeds AJ, Lattanzi L, GUGLIELMUCCI M, CASCELLI S, MARTELLI F, D'OTTAVI A, CONTESTABILE G
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    371, 389
  • Journal:
    Fiber and Integrated Optics
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In this article we report the main experimental results obtained in the framework of the IST ATLAS project regarding the transmission at 40 Gb/s over long terrestrial links, including the frequency conversion of a signal. We report the single-channel 40 Gb/s transmission over a link 500 km long with an amplifier spacing of 100 km, both with G.652 fibers and G.653 fibers by periodically compensating the chromatic dispersion with dispersion-compensating fibers. We report the single-channel transmission at 40 Gb/s, also, after the wavelength conversion of a channel with both PPLN and semiconductor optical amplifier devices. In particular, 500 km distances are obtained with PPLN wavelength conversion and 300 km distances with semiconductor optical amplifiers. Some results have been reported for electronic devices operating at 40 Gb/s.
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