Abstract

A novel technology for simultaneous WDM signal monitoring is presented based on ultrafast field sampling. Its flexibility regarding channel allocation and/or channel bandwidth is unique and attractive, as is its ultrafast nature. Two- and four-channel WDM signals, with the total bandwidth of 800GHz, are successfully discriminated and observed with the proposed scheme.

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