Abstract

We report a fully integrated, passive, all-optical regenerator capable of terabit per second operation, based on a highly nonlinear chalcogenide (As2S3) glass rib waveguide followed by an integrated Bragg grating bandpass filter. We demonstrate a clear nonlinear power transfer curve with 1.4ps optical pulses, capable of improving the signal-to-noise ratio and reducing the bit error rate for digital signals.

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