Abstract

Multi-hundred-Gbits/s switching rates are demonstrated by the use of 1.5-ps- or 200-fs-long gate and probe pulses with a Kerr shutter based on short (<50 cm) single-mode optical fibers.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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