Abstract

We propose a novel phase-locked loop (PLL) for clock extraction using an optoelectronic phase comparator based on phase modulation and spectral filtering. With such PLL, a low-noise 10-GHz clock is extracted from a 160-Gbit/s signal.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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