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Interleaver technology review

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Wei-Zhong Li, Qing-Dong Guo, Shijie Gu

Oplink Communications, Inc. (USA)

Proc. SPIE 4906, Optical Components and Transmission Systems, 73 (August 23, 2002); doi:10.1117/12.480552
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  • Optical Components and Transmission Systems
  • WeiSheng Hu; Shoichi Sudo; Peter Kaiser
  • Shanghai, China | October 14, 2002

abstract

Interleaver is one of the key components in the fiber optic communication systems. It provides a unique function of separating and combining two sets of WDM signals with very wide or very narrow channel spacing. This paper reviews the recent progress and future prospects of the interleaver technology, including birefringent interleaver, Gires-Tournois-Interferometer and all-fiber based interleaver technologies.

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Wei-Zhong Li ; Qing-Dong Guo and Shijie Gu
"Interleaver technology review", Proc. SPIE 4906, Optical Components and Transmission Systems, 73 (August 23, 2002); doi:10.1117/12.480552; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.480552


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