Abstract

We report on a successful demonstration of a continuously-running-code O-CDMA system. The system utilizes double-pass acousto-optic-modulator pulse shapers as the encoding/decoding devices which are capable of microsecond-scale code-sequence refresh rate.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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