Abstract

For the first time, to our knowledge, radio-frequency arbitrary waveforms are time-multiplexed within 100ps by integrating wavelength switching, optical frequency comb generation, and spectral line-by-line shaping. The novel time-multiplexed scheme demonstrated here can be extended to wide user specifications and faster waveform transition time.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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