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First Compact Method for All-Optical 3R- and Phase Generation

14.11.2012
<strong>Background</strong><br>

Compact state of the art 3R-regeneration systems for an optical phase-coded data signal are not capable of enhancing the quality of phase information. Since DPSK systems offer 3 dB better performance, phase-coded systems and thus phase regeneration would be favourable in all-optical networks. <br><br> <strong>Technology</strong><br> This technology allows the entire, all-optical regeneration of DPSK and other phase-coded optical data signals under a conversion of the carrier wavelength. The compact design of the regeneration module opens the possibility to easily integrate it into an optical sub-system avoiding fiber technology. The method also offers the possibility of converting the phase-coded optical signal into an amplitude-coded optical signal. This can be operated independently.<br><br>

<p><strong>Benefits</strong><br> <ul> <li>All optical phase regeneration</li> <li>Compact design possible</li> </ul> <p><strong>IP Rights</strong><br> German Patent DE 10 2005 037 828</p> <p><strong>Origin</strong><br> Technische Universität Berlin, Germany</p>

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