Abstract

We propose an optical phase noise extraction and amplification (OPNEA) technique. By applying OPNEA to phase noise monitoring for (D)PSK, 13-dB dynamic range and 0.2-dB/degree sensitivity were achieved with a 50–120-degree phase deviation.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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