Abstract

A differential phase shift keying homodyne optical receiver is experimentally demonstrated based on time-switching phase diversity, without the need for a 90° optical hybrid. It achieves high tolerance to phase noise and feasible implementation with off-the-shelf electrical and optical components.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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