Abstract

An accumulated photon echo readout speed as fast as 27 Tbits/s was demonstrated by a new single-shot cross-correlation method for a femtosecond four-pulse packet stored by spectral hole burning in an octaethylporphine-doped polystyrene sample.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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