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3.1 Passive Components: The Current Available Choice
3.3.1 Periodic Modulation of Index in the Fiber Core
3.3.3 Different Types of Bragg Gratings
3.4 Optical Multidielectric Filters
3.4.1 General Principles
3.4.2 Materials and Processes for Enhanced Performances
3.4.3 Practical Narrow Bandpass Filters DWDM
3.5 Diffraction Gratings
3.5.1 Introduction
3.5.2 Efficiency Versus Wavelength
3.5.3 Bandwidth of Grating Devices
3.5.4 Grating Micro-Optic Devices
3.5.5 Thermal Drift of Grating Micro-Optic Devices
3.6 Cascaded Mach-Zehnder Interferometers
3.7 Other Devices: FBG/MZ Interferometer Devices
3.8.1 Introduction
3.8.2 Principle
3.8.3 Experimental Example
3.8.4 Conclusion
3.9 Comparison of the Different Solutions
3.9.1 Some Remarks
3.9.2 Device Polarization Sensitivity
3.9.3 Conclusion
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Semiconductor Lasers
4.2.1 Laser Material
4.2.2 Quantum Well Lasers
4.2.3 Quantum Dot Lasers
4.2.4 Edge-Emitting Semiconductor Lasers
4.2.5 Vertical-Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers
4.2.6 Wavelength Tunability in Semiconductor Lasers
4.3 Glass-Doped-Based Lasers with Narrow Line-Widths
4.3.1 Principle
4.3.2 Fiber-Based Short-Pulse Laser Sources
4.4 Spectral Slicing of Sources
4.4.1 Principle
4.4.2 Typical Examples
4.4.3 Calculation of Spectral Filtering Losses
4.4.5 Combining Spectral Slicing and TDM
4.4.7 Comparison of Different Technologies
4.5 Wavelength Converters
4.5.1 Introduction
• Optoelectronic conversion;
4.5.2 Optoelectronic Conversion
4.5.6 Difference Frequency Generation
4.5.7 State of the Art in Wavelength Conversion in 2001
6.7.2 Static Grating Routers
6.8 Optical Cross-Connector
6.8.1 WSXC
6.8.2 Cross-Connect with Wavelength Conversion
6.8.3 Layered-Switch Architecture
6.9.4 Add/Drop with AWG
6.9.5 Add/Drop with Free-Space Grating Solutions
6.9.6 Tunability of OADM
6.9.7 Cascading of OADM
6.9.8 Optical Time Division Multiplexing Add/Drop
7.1 Introduction
7.2 SPM
7.3 XPM
7.3.1 Interchannel XPM
7.3.2 Intrachannel Cross-Phase Modulation
7.3.3 Nonlinear Channel Depolarization Through XPM
7.4 FWM
7.4.1 Interchannel FWM
7.4.2 Intrachannel FWM
7.5 SBS
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DWDM Fundamentals, Components,Applications

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Published by: Aquadig on Aug 09, 2013
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