Abstract

We demonstrate two schemes for return-to-zero to non-return-to-zero format conversion using spectral broadening caused by nonlinear phase modulation in a dispersion-shifted fiber. Less then 2dB power penalty has been observed in both conversion schemes.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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