Abstract

Wavelength conversion is recognized as an important function in future broadband-wavelength-division-multiplexing lightwave systems.1 Wavelength conversion by four-wave mixing in semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) is an attractive approach for realizing this function since it is inherently transparent to the bit rate.

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