Leading Edge Photonic Technologies (1992)

By T. E. Darcie, AT&T Bell Laboratories

The impact of photonic device research on future lightwave systems, in particular, those that use wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM), is discussed. WDM techniques that maximize the capacity of fiber require increasingly complex transmitters and receivers. Examples of current state-of-the-art prototype devices are presented in which this complexity is built into monolithic photonic integrated circuits.

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