Wavelength conversion by spectral broadening in a normal dispersion fiber is experimentally demonstrated at 40, 80 and 160Gb/s, for the first time, and bit-rate free operation is confirmed. 2R-regenerating capability is also demonstrated at 160Gb/s.

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