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82                                                          OFC/NFOEC 2010     •   March 21–25, 2010
                            Service Provider Summit                                                                                  Market Watch
                                      Exhibit Hall E                                                                                    Exhibit Hall E

8:00 a.m.–8:30 a.m.                                                                               1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
Continental Breakfast                                                                             Panel III: Benefits and Tradeoffs of Photonic Integration—Functional or
                                                                                                  Hybrid?
8:30 a.m.–9:00 a.m.                                                                               Moderator: Stan Lumish, Ph.D., Department of Defense, USA
Keynote Presentation                                                                              Speakers:
Building Very Large-Scale Computer Infrastructure, Vijay Gill, Senior Manager, Engineering
and Architecture, Google, USA                                                                     Rapidly Changing Technology Is Driving the Direction of Integration on Optical Systems,
                                                                                                  Stephen Carlton, Vice President, Planning and Product Management, Fujitsu Network Com-
                                                                                                  munications, USA




                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wednesday, March 24
9:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Panel I: The Rise of the “Super” Data Center and what it Means to the Network
                                                                                                  InP-Based Photonic Integration: Driving Cost Reduction and Bandwidth Scaling, Andrew
Moderator: Mike Sapien, Principal Analyst, Ovum, USA
                                                                                                  Carter, Chief Technology Officer, Oclaro Inc., UK
Speakers:
                                                                                                  Benefits and Trade-Offs of Integration—A Service Provider View, Laurel Clark, Senior
Impact of Super Aggregators on the Internet, Stuart Elby, Ph.D., Vice President – Network         Architect, Network Architecture and Engineering, Level3 Communications, USA
Architecture, Verizon, USA
                                                                                                  Photonic Integration: Disruptive Change in Transport and Transmission, Alexander
Cloud Computing and Hosting Centers Intertwined with Network Service Providers, Joseph            Schoenfelder, Vice President, Product Line Management, Optical Communication Products,
D. Houle; Principal Technical Architect, AT&T Business Solutions, USA                             JDSU, USA
Leveraging Carrier-Neutral Colocation to Deliver and Expand WAN Services, David R.                Photonic Integration Technologies for the Next-Generation Optical Communication
Pickut, P.E., Chief Technology Officer, Equinix, USA                                              Systems, Hajime Shoji, Department Head, Advanced Device Process R&D, Transmission Devices
                                                                                                  R&D Labs, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Japan
10:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
                                                                                                  Photonic Integrated Circuits for Optical Access—A Market Reality if Technology Matches
Coffee Break
                                                                                                  Economics, Valery Tolstikhin, Founder and Chief Technology Officer, OneChip Photonics Inc.,
                                                                                                  Canada
11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Panel II: FTTx—The Bright Spot in the Access Market                                               Title to Be Announced, David F. Welch, Founder and Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer,
Moderator: Christoph Pfistner, Vice President, Product Marketing, NeoPhotonics, USA               Infinera Corp., USA
Speakers:                                                                                         System on a Stick—Smart Optical Transceivers with Built-In System Functions, Jianhui
FTTH in Europe–Different Models in Different Countries, Bruno Capelle, Director, France           Zhou, Chief Executive Officer, Broadway Networks, Inc., USA
Telecom Access Labs, France
Verizon FiOS Deployment Five Years On, Vincent O’Byrne, Director of Technology, Core-
Network Technology Group, Verizon, USA
Towards Full-Scale FTTH, Hiromichi Shinohara, Senior Vice President and Senior Executive
Director R&D Planning Department, NTT, Japan




                                                                     OFC/NFOEC 2010          •   March 21–25, 2010                                                                              83
                                     Room 1A                                         Room 1B                                           Room 2                                          Room 6C                                          Room 6D

                                                                                                                                        OFC
                      8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                           8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                             8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                             8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                             8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.
                      OWA • Fibers for FTTx and In-                  OWB • Optical Performance                        OWC • Quantum                                    OWD • Photonic Integrated                        OWE • Polarization Effects in
                      Home Networking                                Monitoring and                                   Communications                                   Circuits                                         Signal Transmission
                      Andrew Yablon; Interfiber Analysis,            Characterization                                 Symposium III: Systems                           Andreas Beling; u2t Photonics AG,                Shiva Kumar; McMaster Univ.,
                      USA, Presider                                  Nikola Alic; Univ. of California at              Paul Townsend; Tyndall Natl. Inst.,              Germany, Presider                                Canada, Presider
                                                                     San Diego, USA, Presider                         Univ. College Cork, Ireland, Presider
                      OWA1 • 8:00 a.m.                               OWB1 • 8:00 a.m.            Invited              OWC1 • 8:00 a.m.                                 OWD1 • 8:00 a.m.           Tutorial              OWE1 • 8:00 a.m.            Invited
                      Relationship between Optical Wiring            Polychromatic Sampling for High-Speed            Two-Qubit State Engineering in the               High Performance Photonic Integrated             Nonlinear Polarization Effects and Mitiga-
                      Conditions and MPI Degradation, Chisato        Real-Time Processing, Andreas O. J.              Telecom O-Band, Matthew A. Hall, Joseph          PIC, Larry A. Coldren; Univ. of California       tion in Polarization Multiplexed Transmis-
                      Fukai, Kazuhide Nakajima, Tomoya Shi-          Wiberg, Camille-Sophie Brès, Bill P. P. Kuo,     B. Altepeter, Prem Kumar; Northwestern           at Santa Barbara, USA. The performance           sion, Chongjin Xie; Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent,
Wednesday, March 24




                      mizu, Takashi Matsui, Yukihiro Goto, Toshio    José M. Chavez Boggio, Nikola Alic, Stojan       Univ., USA. We build and characterize a          of complex photonic integrated circuits is       USA. We show that nonlinear polarization
                      Kurashima; NTT Access Network Service          Radic; Univ. of California at San Diego, USA.    fiber-based source of 1310-nm polarization       now reaching levels that the goal of realizing   effects could significantly degrade the
                      Systems Labs, NTT Corp., Japan. Optical        Recent advances in polychromatic sampling        entanglement with the highest reported fi-       low-cost, size, weight, and power chips to       performance of polarization multiplexed
                      wiring conditions are investigated numeri-     are reviewed in context of the multicast         delity to a maximally entangled state, 99.6%     replace hybird solutions seems to have been      transmission and change the perspective of
                      cally and experimentally with a viewpoint      parametric synchronous sampling architec-        +/- 0.15% as characterized via coincidence       achieved for some applications.                  dispersion management in such systems.
                      of MPI induced transmission performance        ture of waveforms and real-time processing       basis tomography.                                                                                 Techniques to mitigate nonlinear polariza-
                      degradation. We reveal the impact of the       of high bit-rate signals. Operation principle                                                                                                      tion effects are discussed.
                      interval of the bending portion on MPI         and latest results of polychromatic sampling
                      degradation for the first time.                are presented.




                      OWA2 • 8:15 a.m.           Invited                                                              OWC2 • 8:15 a.m.
                      Nano-Engineered Optical Fibers and Ap-                                                          Quantum Key Distribution over Atomic-
                      plications, Ming-Jun Li, Pushkar Tandon,                                                        Ensemble Quantum Repeaters, Mohsen
                      Dana C. Bookbinder, Daniel A. Nolan, Scott                                                      Razavi1,2, Jeyran Amirloo2, A. Hamed Ma-
                      R. Bickham, Mark A. McDermott, Robert                                                           jedi2; 1Univ. of Leeds, UK, 2Inst. for Quantum   Larry A. Coldren is the acting Dean of
                      B. Desorcie, Jeffrey J. Englebert, Stephan                                                      Computing, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada.            Engineering and the Fred Kavli Professor
                      L. Logunov, Valery Kozlov, James A. West;                                                       The key generation rate for quantum key          of Optoelectronics at UCSB, where he holds
                      Corning, Inc., USA. This paper reviews a                                                        distribution systems that rely on quantum        appointments in Materials and ECE. After
                      technology for making nano-engineered                                                           repeaters with atomic-ensemble memories is       receiving his Ph.D. from Stanford, he spent
                      optical fibers. Key features and advantages                                                     obtained. We find the cross-over distances at    13 years at Bell Laboratories. At UCSB he
                      of nano-enginneered glass fibers are dis-                                                       which quantum repeaters outperform direct        co-founded both VCSEL and tunable laser
                      cussed. Fiber designs and their applications                                                    entanglement-distribution links.                 companies. He continues research in these
                      are presented.                                                                                                                                   areas and PICs. Coldren has co-authored
                                                                                                                                                                       over a thousand papers, 7 book chapters, a
                                                                                                                                                                       textbook, and has 63 patents. He is a Fellow
                                                                                                                                                                       of the IEEE, OSA, and IEE, a recipient of
                                                                     OWB2 • 8:30 a.m.                                 OWC3 • 8:30 a.m.           Invited               the John Tyndall and Aron Kressel Awards,        OWE2 • 8:30 a.m.
                                                                     Simultaneous Monitoring of In-Band               Integrated Quantum Memory for Quan-              and a member of the National Academy of          Cycle Slip Probability in 100G PM-QPSK
                                                                     Optical Noise for WDM Signals Using              tum Communication, E. Saglamyurek1, N.           Engineering.                                     Systems, Edem Ibragimov, B. Zhang, T. J.
                                                                     Stimulated Brillouin Scattering, Amy Fu,         Sinclair1, M. George2, R. Ricken2, W. Sohler2,                                                    Schmidt, C. Malouin, N. Fediakine, H. Jiang;
                                                                     Mark D. Pelusi, Benjamin Eggleton; CUDOS,        C. La Mela1, Wolfgang Tittel1; 1Univ. of Cal-                                                     Opnext Subsystems, Opnext, Inc., USA. We
                                                                     Univ. of Sydney, Australia. We demonstrate       gary, Canada, 2Angewandte Physik, Univ.                                                           estimate asymptotic probabilities of a cycle
                                                                     simultaneous monitoring of the optical           of Paderborn, Germany. We present the                                                             slip for a non-decision aided feedforward
                                                                     signal to noise ratio (OSNR) for wavelength-     first demonstration of a quantum memory                                                           carrier synchronizer in dispersion-un-
                                                                     division multiplexed 40Gb/s signals using        protocol in a waveguiding media, which                                                            compensated optical lines with negligible
                                                                     the back-reflected Stokes wave from Stimu-       is promising for high-speed, electro-optic                                                        nonlinear crosstalk.
                                                                     lated Brillouin Scattering. A highly sensitive   control of quantum state evolution during
                                                                     OSNR range of 5-25dB is observed.                storage, as well as integration into future
                                                                                                                      quantum networks.
                                                                                                                      (continued on pg. 86)



         84                                                                                                  OFC/NFOEC 2010              •     March 21–25, 2010
               Room 6E                                         Room 6F                                          Room 7                                           Room 8                                          Room 9

                                                                                                                  OFC
8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                           8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                             8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                             8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.                            8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.
OWF • Nonlinear Optical                        OWG • Novel Component                            OWH • Restoration and                            OWI • Optical Switching                         OWJ • Silicon Filtering and
Processing II                                  Technology for WDM-PON                           Protection                                       Schemes                                         Routing Devices
Alexandre Shen; GIE Alcatel-Thales             Josep Prat; Univ. Politècnica de                 Jennifer M. Yates; AT&T Labs –                   Keren Bergman; Columbia Univ.,                  Dries Van Thourhout; Ghent Univ. -
III-V Lab, France, Presider                    Catalunya, Spain, Presider                       Res., USA, Presider                              USA, Presider                                   IMEC, Belgium, Presider

OWF1 • 8:00 a.m.                               OWG1 • 8:00 a.m.                                 OWH1 • 8:00 a.m.                                 OWI1 • 8:00 a.m.          Invited               OWJ1 • 8:00 a.m.
Experimental Demonstration of Data             Demonstration of 11-Gb/s, 20-km Reach            Survivable Mapping with Maximal Phys-            Design-Space Exploration for CMOS               Silicon-on-Insulator Tunable Wavelength
Traffic Grooming of a Single 10-Gbit/s         WDM PON Using Directly-Modulated                 ical-Layer Failure-Localization Potential        Photonic Processor Networks, Vladimir           Router with Minimized Polarization
TDM Tributary Channel between Two              RSOA with 4-ary PAM Signal, Keun                 in IP over Transparent Optical Networks,         Stojanović1, Ajay Joshi2, Cristopher Batten1,   Dependent Loss, Robert Halir1, Diedrik




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wednesday, March 24
160-Gbit/s WDM Channels, Jian Wang,            Yeong Cho, Yuichi Takushima, Yun C. Chung;       Wenda Ni1, Yabin Ye2, Michael Schlosser3,        Yong-Jin Kwon3, Scott Beamer3, Sun Chen1,       Vermeulen 2, Günther Roelkens 2; 1Dept.
Zahra Bakhtiari, Yinying Xiao-Li, Omer         KAIST, Republic of Korea. We demonstrate         Erwin Patzak3, Hanyi Zhang1; 1Tsinghua           Krste Asanović3; 1MIT, USA, 2Boston Univ.,      Ingeniería de Comunicaciones, ETSI Tele-
Yilmaz, Scott Nuccio, Xiaoxia Wu, Hao          the error-free transmission of 11-Gb/s 4-ary     Univ., China, 2European Res. Ctr., Huawei        USA, 3Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA.     comunicación, Univ. de Málaga, Spain,
Huang, Jeng-Yuan Yang, Yang Yue, Irfan         PAM signal obtained by using a directly          Technologies, Germany, 3Heinrich-Hertz-          Monolithically integrated dense WDM             2
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ghent Univ., Belgium. We demonstrate a
Fazal, Robert Hellwarth, Alan Willner; Univ.   modulated RSOA over 20 km of SMF for             Inst., Germany. Physical-layer failure-          photonic network topologies optimized for       novel polarization diversity scheme based
of Southern California, USA. We demon-         the cost-effective realization of high-speed     localization potential is explored in finding    loss and power footprint of optical compo-      on 2-D grating couplers and a simple phase
strate tributary channel data grooming of      WDM PONs.                                        the survivable mapped lightpaths of IP over      nents can achieve up to 4x better energy-       shifter to achieve polarization dependent
high-speed signals using second-order non-                                                      transparent optical networks. Numerical          efficiency and throughput than electrical       loss as low as 0.15dB in an SOI wavelength
linearities in a PPLN waveguide. 16 TDM                                                         results show that accurate or near-accurate      interconnects in core-to-core, and 10x in       router.
tributary channel data traffic grooming/                                                        failure localizations are achieved with the      core-to-DRAM networks.
exchange between two 160-Gbit/s WDM                                                             new survivable mapping design.
signals is shown with a penalty of ~4dB.

OWF2 • 8:15 a.m.                               OWG2 • 8:15 a.m.                                 OWH2 • 8:15 a.m.                                                                                 OWJ2 • 8:15 a.m.
7.34-μs Continuously Tunable Parametric        Colorless 10 Gb/s Extended Reach WDM             New and Improved Strategies for Optical                                                          Fully-Etched Photonic Crystal Grating
Delay, Yitang Dai1, Yoshitomo Okawachi1,       PON with Low BW RSOA Using MLSE,                 Protection in Mixed-Line-Rate WDM                                                                Coupler as an Interface between Single-
Amy Turner-Foster2, Michal Lipson2, Alex-      Ivan N. Cano1, Mireia Omella2, Josep Prat2,      Networks, Menglin Liu, Massimo Tornatore,                                                        Mode Fibers and Photonic Circuits on
ander Gaeta1, Chris Xu1; 1School of Applied    Pierluigi Poggiolini1; 1Politecnico di Torino,   Biswanath Mukherjee; Dept. of Computer                                                           Silicon-on-Insulator, Liu Liu, Minhao Pu,
and Engineering Physics, Cornell Univ., USA,   Italy, 2Univ. Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain.   Science, Univ. of California at Davis, USA.                                                      Kresten Yvind, Jørn M. Hvam; DTU-Fotonik,
2
 School of Electrical and Computer Engineer-   A low bandwidth RSOA-based WDM-PON               Employing Mixed Line Rates (MLR) in                                                              Technical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark. A
ing, Cornell Univ., USA. A wavelength-         system is evaluated at 10Gb/s with an off-       optical WDM networks enables new para-                                                           fully-etched photonic crystal grating coupler
transparent, continuously-tunable 7.34-μs      line processing. Results show that almost        digms for protection at lightpath level. We                                                      with low back reflections is introduced as
all-optical delay is demonstrated for 10-      20Km bidirectional and 125km unidirec-           design transparent MLR networks with                                                             an interface between single-mode fibers
Gb/s NRZ signal by cascading discrete and      tional fiber are feasible by means of 8 states   dedicated protection and achieve significant                                                     and silicon-on-insulator wire waveguides.
continuous stages. 3.7- to 4.3-dB penalty is   conventional MLSE.                               cost reduction.                                                                                  Peak coupling efficiency of 27% and 1-dB
reported for the entire system that includes                                                                                                                                                     bandwidth of 34nm is achieved.
four successive silicon-based parametric
processes.

OWF3 • 8:30 a.m.                               OWG3 • 8:30 a.m.            Invited              OWH3 • 8:30 a.m.           Invited               OWI2 • 8:30 a.m.                                OWJ3 • 8:30 a.m.         Invited
Frequency Resolved Angle and Time Dif-         RSOA-Based 10G WDM PON Using                     Lessons Learned from CORONET, G.                 A Novel Multi-Bit Optical Code Label Pro-       Silicon Integrated Waveguide Devices for
ference of Arrival Estimation with Spatial     FEC and MLSE Equalizers, Akira Agata,            Clapp1, R. Doverspike2, R. Skoog1, J. Strand2,   cessing Scheme in Optical Packet Switch-        Filtering and Wavelength Demultiplexing,
Spectral Holography, R. Krishna Mohan,         Y. Horiuchi; KDDI R&D Labs Inc., Japan.          Ann Von Lehmen1; 1Telcordia Technologies,        ing Networks, Ming Xin, Minghua Chen,           Folkert Horst; IBM Res.– Zurich, Switzer-
Zeb W. Barber, Calvin Harrington, Wm. Ran-     Achieving the 10Gbit/s transmission in           USA, 2AT&T Labs-Res., USA. The DARPA             Hongwei Chen, Feifei Yin, Shizhong Xie;         land. Following different approaches, we
dall Babbitt; Spectrum Lab, Montana State      RSOA-based WDM PON systems is one                CORONET Program is focused on multi-             Tsinghua Univ., China. Parallel-to-cascading    have realized a number of different silicon
Univ., USA. Correlative power spectrum         of the important challenges because of its       terabit core optical networks supporting         optical code label processing is proposed       integrated demultiplexers for WDM-based
and spectral phase mapping via readout of      strict modulation bandwidth. This paper          highly dynamic IP and wavelength services.       and experimentally demonstrated in a            on-chip optical interconnects. We compare
a fiber interferometer with spatial-spectral   describes various state-of-the-art techniques    We describe key methodologies for achiev-        16-node setup. The physical structure for       these devices based on their size, transmis-
materials is analyzed and demonstrated         to overcome this issue.                          ing CORONET objectives and insight into          multi-bit label’s processing is significantly   sion loss, pass-band shape and tolerance
to enable precise frequency resolved time                                                       important elements for future commercial         simplified, since only one encoder, one de-     against process variations.
delay and angle of arrival estimation with                                                      applicability.                                   coder and one photodiode are needed.
microwave signals.




                                                                                       OFC/NFOEC 2010              •     March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                       85
                                      Room 1A                                           Room 1B                                           Room 2                                         Room 6C                                         Room 6D

                                                                                                                                           OFC
                      OWA • Fibers for FTTx and In-                     OWB • Optical Performance                        OWC • Quantum                                    OWD • Photonic Integrated                      OWE • Polarization Effects
                      Home Networking—Continued                         Monitoring and                                   Communications                                   Circuits—Continued                             in Signal Transmission—
                                                                        Characterization—Continued                       Symposium III: Systems—                                                                         Continued
                                                                                                                         Continued

                      OWA3 • 8:45 a.m.                                  OWB3 • 8:45 a.m.                                                                                                                                 OWE3 • 8:45 a.m.
                      Novel Passive Launch Scheme for Ultimate          OSNR Monitoring Using Two Fiber                                                                                                                  Nonlinear Polarization Crosstalk Cancel-
                      Bandwidth Improvement of Graded-                  Interferometers, Edward A. Flood1, W. H.                                                                                                         ler for Dual-Polarization Digital Coherent
                      Index Multimode Fibers, C. H. Kwok1,              Guo1, D. Reid2, M. Lynch1, A. L. Bradley1,                                                                                                       Receivers, Lei Li 1, Zhenning Tao 1, Ling
                      Richard V. Penty1, Ian H. White1, David G.        L. P. Barry2, J. F. Donegan1; 1Trinity College                                                                                                   Liu1, Weizhen Yan1, Shoichiro Oda2, Takeshi
                      Cunningham2; 1Engineering Dept., Univ. of         Dublin, Univ. of Dublin, Ireland, 2Dublin                                                                                                        Hoshida3, Jens C. Rasmussen3; 1Fujitsu R&D
Wednesday, March 24




                      Cambridge, UK, 2Avago Technologies, UK.           City Univ., Ireland. In-band OSNR from 5                                                                                                         Ctr., China, 2Fujitsu Labs Ltd., Japan, 3Fujitsu
                      We propose a new practical multimode-             to 30dB of a single 10G NRZ-OOK channel                                                                                                          Ltd., Japan. A novel method is proposed to
                      fiber optical launch scheme, providing            was measured by two fiber interferometers                                                                                                        compensate polarization crosstalk induced
                      near single mode group excitation for >5          within an accuracy of ±0.5dB without re-                                                                                                         by inter-channel nonlinearity. Experiments
                      times transmission bandwidth improve-             quirement for knowledge of the noise-free                                                                                                        have demonstrated that the proposed
                      ment. Equalization-free transmission of a         extinction ratio of the signal.                                                                                                                  method provides over 1 dB performance
                      10-Gb/s signal over 220-m fiber is achieved                                                        Dr. Tittel is an Associate Professor and                                                        improvement for 112 Gb/s dual-polarization
                      in experimental demonstrations.                                                                    NSERC/GDC/iCORE Industrial Research                                                             QPSK coherent receivers.
                                                                                                                         Chair in Quantum Cryptography and Com-
                                                                                                                         munication at the University of Calgary in
                                                                                                                         Canada. He engaged in groundbreaking
                                                                                                                         experiments in the field of quantum com-
                                                                                                                         munication from the early stages on. The
                                                                                                                         investigations were seminal in bringing
                                                                                                                         quantum cryptography out of the laboratory
                                                                                                                         and into the real world using a standard
                                                                                                                         telecommunication fibre network. His
                                                                                                                         current interests include practical quan-
                                                                                                                         tum cryptography and quantum repeater
                                                                                                                         technology. During his career, Dr. Tittel
                                                                                                                         authored or co-authored over 50 articles in
                                                                                                                         refereed journals, cited in total more than
                                                                                                                         4200 times.

                      OWA4 • 9:00 a.m.                                  OWB4 • 9:00 a.m.                                 OWC4 • 9:00 a.m.                                 OWD2 • 9:00 a.m.          Invited              OWE4 • 9:00 a.m.           Invited
                      4.7 Gbit/s Transmission over 50m Long             Stimulated Brillouin Scattering Based In-        360km Field Transmission of 10 Gbit/s            InP-Based Photonic Integrated Circuits,        Ultra-High Spectral Efficiency Transmis-
                      1mm Diameter Multi-Core Plastic Optical           Band OSNR Monitoring for 40G and 100G            Stream Cipher by Quantum Noise for               Shinji Matsuo 1, Toru Segawa 1, Takaaki        sion, Alan Gnauck, Peter J. Winzer; Bell
                      Fiber, Hejie Yang1, Eduward Tangdiongga1,         Deployment in Optical Networks with 100          Optical Network, Yoshifumi Doi1, Shigeto         Kakitsuka1, Yasuo Shibata1, Akihiko Shinya2,   Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA. We discuss the
                      S. C. Jeffrey Lee1, Chigo Okonkwo1, Henrie        GHz and 50 GHz Channel Spacing, David            Akutsu1, Makoto Honda1, Katsuyoshi Hara-         Masaya Notomi2, Tomonari Sato1, Yoshihiro      generation, transmission, and coherent de-
                      P. A. van den Boom1, Sebastian Randel2, A.        Dahan1, Uri Mahlab1,2, David Levy1; 1ECI         sawa1, Osamu Hirota2, Satoki Kawanishi2,         Kawaguchi1; 1NTT Photonics Labs, NTT           tection of 14-Gbaud polarization-division-
                      M. J. Koonen1; 1Eindhoven Univ. of Technol-       Telecom, Israel, 2Holon Inst. of Technology,     Kenichi Ohhata3, Kiichi Yamashita3; 1Hitachi     Corp., Japan, 2NTT Basic Res. Labs, NTT        multiplexed, 16-ary quadrature-amplitude-
                      ogy, Netherlands, 2Siemens AG, Corporate          Israel. We present an improved approach          Information and Communication Engineer-          Corp., Japan. InP-based photonic integrated    modulation (16-QAM) signals (112-Gb/s
                      Technology, Information and Communica-            for SBS based in-band OSNR monitoring            ing Ltd., Japan, 2Res. Ctr. for Quantum          circuits are key devices for constructing      line rate). We attain 630-km and 1020-km
                      tions, Germany. We report, for the first          with a drastic enhancement of the dynamic        Information Science, Tamagawa Univ., Japan,      photonic networks with low cost, low power     wavelength-division-multiplexed transmis-
                      time, 4.7 Gbit/s transmission over 50m            monitoring range for 44.6Gbps DPSK and           3
                                                                                                                          Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineer-   consumption and small footprint. Many          sion with spectral efficiencies of 6.2 b/s/Hz
                      long 1mm diameter multi-core step-index           112Gbps DP-QPSK signals by intentionally         ing, Kagoshima Univ., Japan. Secure optical      types of components are required to span       and 4.1 b/s/Hz, respectively.
                      plastic optical fiber, employing discrete         adding in-band noise into the signal.            transmission experiment is demonstrated          various application areas, from backbone
                      multitone techniques and low-cost optical                                                          using a stream cipher by quantum noise. The      to on-chip.
                      transceiver. A spectral efficiency of 13 bit/s/                                                    bit error rates of a 10Gbit/s signal through
                      Hz is demonstrated.                                                                                360km fiber for authentic receiver and
                                                                                                                         eavesdropper are 5x10-7 and 0.4 ~0.5.




         86                                                                                                     OFC/NFOEC 2010              •     March 21–25, 2010
                Room 6E                                         Room 6F                                          Room 7                                            Room 8                                          Room 9

                                                                                                                   OFC
OWF • Nonlinear Optical                         OWG • Novel Component                            OWH • Restoration and                            OWI • Optical Switching                          OWJ • Silicon Filtering and
Processing II—Continued                         Technology for WDM-PON—                          Protection—Continued                             Schemes—Continued                                Routing Devices—Continued
                                                Continued


OWF4 • 8:45 a.m.                                                                                                                                  OWI3 • 8:45 a.m.
OTDM to WDM Format Conversion                                                                                                                     Optical Packet Ring Network Offering
Based on Cascaded SHG/DFG in a Single                                                                                                             Bit Rate and Modulation Formats Trans-



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PPLN Waveguide, Sheng Liu1, Kwang Jo                                                                                                              parency, Dominique Chiaroni1, Christian
Lee1, Francesca Parmigiani1, Morten Ibsen1,                                                                                                       Simonneau 1, Massimiliano Salsi 1, Gema
Periklis Petropoulos1, David Richardson1,                                                                                                         Buforn1, Sophie Etienne1, Haik Mardoyan1,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Wednesday, March 24
Katia Gallo 2; 1Optoelectronics Res. Ctr.,                                                                                                        J. E. Simsarian2, Jean-Christophe Antona1;
Univ. of Southampton, UK, 2Dept. of Applied                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                                                                    Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, France, 2Bell
Physics, Royal Inst. of Technology (KTH),                                            Thank you for                                                Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA. We demonstrate
Sweden. We propose and experimentally                                                                                                             the feasibility of a bit rate transparent ring
demonstrate error-free OTDM to WDM
                                                                              attending OFC/NFOEC.                                                packet network based on a Packet-OADM
format conversion based on cSHG/DFG                                               Look for your                                                   technology. A lab network has been success-
within a 30mm-long PPLN waveguide and                                                                                                             fully evaluated at 10, 40 and 100G.
a time-to-frequency domain conversion                                        post-conference survey
approach, which relies upon switching a
linearly chirped pulse.                                                       via email and let us
                                                                              know your thoughts
                                                                                on the program.




OWF5 • 9:00 a.m.                                OWG4 • 9:00 a.m.                                 OWH4 • 9:00 a.m.                                 OWI4 • 9:00 a.m.                                 OWJ4 • 9:00 a.m.          Invited
Double Pulse Pumping on All-Optical             All-Optical Carrier Recovery with Pe-            On Operating Shared-Path-Protected               Network Architecture and Test-Bed Dem-           A Programmable Optical Filter Unit Cell
Sampling Using Electroabsorption Modu-          riodic Optical Filtering for Wavelength          WDM Networks Non-Revertively by Using            onstration of Wavelength-Striped Packet          Element for High Resolution RF Signal
lator, Takashi Mori, Masaru Koshihara,          Reuse in RSOA-Based Colorless Optical            Backup Path Reprovisioning, Wenda Ni1,           Multicasting, Caroline P. Lai, Keren Berg-       Processing in Silicon Photonics, Paul
Akihito Otani; Anritsu Corp., Japan. Double-    Network Units in Full-Duplex 10Gbps              Erwin Patzak2, Michael Schlosser2, Yabin         man; Columbia Univ., USA. A new architec-        Toliver1, Ronald C. Menendez1, Thomas C.
pulse pumping improves the temporal reso-       WDM-PONs, Efstratios Kehayas1, Bernhard          Ye3, Hanyi Zhang1; 1Tsinghua Univ., China,       ture for broadband multicasting of optical       Banwell1, Anjali Agarwal1, Ted K. Wood-
lution of cost-effective all-optical sampling   Schrenk2, Paraskevas Bakopoulos1, Jose A. La-    2
                                                                                                   Heinrich-Hertz-Inst., Germany, 3European       messages is proposed and demonstrated on         ward1, N- N. Feng2, P. Dong2, D. Feng2, W.
using an electroabsorption modulator. A         zaro2, Alexandros Maziotis1, Josep Prat2, Her-   Res. Ctr., Huawei Technologies, Germany.         a programmable optical packet switching          Qian2, H. Liang2, D. C. Lee2, B. J. Luff2, M.
shortened sampling gate width was demon-        cules Avramopoulos1; 1Natl. Technical Univ.      Performance of using backup path repro-          test-bed. Optical packets with wavelength-       Asghari2; 1Telcordia Technologies, Inc., USA,
strated using two double-pulse generation       of Athens, Greece, 2Dept. of Signal Theory       visioning for non-revertive operations of        striped 8x10 Gb/s payloads are successfully      2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Kotura, Inc., USA. We demonstrate the first
methods.                                        and Communications, Univ. Politècnica de         shared-path-protected optical networks is        multicasted and routed error-free.               reconfigurable, cascadable silicon photonics
                                                Catalunya, Spain. Optically assisted down-       assessed in terms of connection availability.                                                     unit cell fabricated in commercial wafer-
                                                stream cancellation for wavelength reuse         Numerical results indicate that the approach                                                      scale processes using a single 500ps delay
                                                in WDM-PONs is demonstrated, allowing            is attractive when sufficient free wavelengths                                                    line and allowing independent FIR and IIR
                                                downstream extinction ratios up to 9dB for       are available.                                                                                    response for high-resolution RF filtering
                                                symmetrical full-duplex data transmission                                                                                                          and correlation applications.
                                                at 10Gbps with RSOA-based ONUs. PON
                                                budgets of ~20dB can be reached.




                                                                                        OFC/NFOEC 2010              •     March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                        87
                                      Room 1A                                          Room 1B                                          Room 2                                          Room 6C                                          Room 6D

                                                                                                                                          OFC
                      OWA • Fibers for FTTx and In-                    OWB • Optical Performance                        OWC • Quantum                                   OWD • Photonic Integrated                         OWE • Polarization Effects
                      Home Networking—Continued                        Monitoring and                                   Communications                                  Circuits—Continued                                in Signal Transmission—
                                                                       Characterization—Continued                       Symposium III: Systems—                                                                           Continued
                                                                                                                        Continued

                      OWA5 • 9:15 a.m.                                 OWB5 • 9:15 a.m.                                 OWC5 • 9:15 a.m.
                      Error Free Transmission at 5 Gb/s over           Real-Time and Single-Shot Measure-               Use of Discrete Modulation and a Con-
                      37m of Microstructured Polymer Optical           ment of Instantaneous Frequencies                tinuous Wave Local Oscillator in a 24
                      Fibre, Richard Provo1, Elodie le Cren1, Stuart   of Wavelength-Division-Multiplexed               km Continuous Variable Quantum Key
                      Murdoch1, John D. Harvey1, Richard Lwin2,        Signals, Yongwoo Park1, Mirco Scaffardi2,        Distribution System, Quyen Dinh Xuan1,
                      Maryanne C. J. Large2; 1Univ. of Auckland,       Luca Potì2, José Azaña1; 1INRS, Univ. du         Zheshen Zhang1,2, Paul L. Voss1,2; 1Georgia
Wednesday, March 24




                      New Zealand, 2Univ. of Sydney, Australia.        Québec, Canada, 2Consorzio Nazionale             Tech Lorraine, Georgia Tech-CNRS, France,
                      We demonstrate 5Gb/s transmission in a           Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni,     2
                                                                                                                         School of Electrical and Computer Engineer-
                      microstructured PMMA fibre at visible            Italy. A self-reference characterization tech-   ing, Georgia Tech, USA. We implement an
                      wavelengths. The source used in this mea-        nique is demonstrated for simultaneously         experimental continuous variable quantum
                      surement is generated by sum frequency           measuring instantaneous frequencies of           key distribution system over 24 km of opti-
                      mixing a CW Nd-YAG laser with a modu-            multi-wavelength signals using a single          cal fiber that uses discrete signaling and a
                      lated L Band signal.                             measurement platform. It allows real-time        continuous wave local oscillator. A secure
                                                                       optical sampling of the induced frequencies      key rate of 3.45 kb/s was achieved.
                                                                       both for amplitude and phase modulated
                                                                       signals.

                      OWA6 • 9:30 a.m.                                 OWB6 • 9:30 a.m.                                 OWC6 • 9:30 a.m.          Invited               OWD3 • 9:30 a.m.             Invited              OWE5 • 9:30 a.m.
                      10 Gbit/s over 25 m Plastic Optical Fiber        Measurement of Mean Fiber DGD Us-                Coherent State Quantum Key Distribution         Current View of Large Scale Photonic              Impact of PMD and Nonlinear Phase
                      as a Way for Extremely Low-Cost Optical          ing Asynchronous Delay-Tap Sampling,             with Continuous-Wave Laser Beams, Ping          Integrated Circuits on Indium Phosphide,          Noise on the Global Optimization of
                      Interconnection, Sven Loquai 1, Roman            Trevor Anderson 1,2, Ken Clarke 1, Sarah         Koy Lam; Australian Natl. Univ., Australia.     Charles Joyner, P. Evans, S. Corzine, M. Kato,    DPSK and DQPSK Systems, Leonardo D.
                      Kruglov1, Olaf Ziemann1, Juri Vinogradov1,       Dods1, Jonathan Li1, Bipin Pillai2, Lynn Nel-    In this talk, we present a status report on     M. Fisher, J. Gheorma, V. Dominic, P. Samra,      Coelho1, Oscar Gaete1, Ernst-Dieter Schmidt2,
                      Christian-Alexander Bunge 2 ; 1 Univ. of         son3, Martin Birk3, Guodong Zhang3, Peter        a coherent state quantum key distribution       A. Nilsson, J. Rahn, A. Dentai, P. Studenkov,     Bernhard Spinnler2, Norbert Hanik1; 1Tech-
                      Applied Sciences, Wassertorstr, Germany,         Magill3; 1Monitoring Div. Inc., Australia,       scheme that uses continuous-wave laser          M. Missey, D. Lambert, R. Muthiah, R. Salva-      nische Univ. München, Germany, 2Nokia Sie-
                      2
                       Telekom Univ. of Applied Sciences, Germany.     2
                                                                         Natl. ICT Australia, Univ. of Melbourne,       beams. The scheme does not require mea-         tore, S. Murthy, E. Strzelecka, J. Pleumeekers,   mens Networks GmbH & Co. KG, Germany.
                      We demonstrate for the first time a trans-       Australia, 3AT&T Labs, USA. We demon-            surement basis switching and is intrinsically   A. Chen, R. Schneider, R. Nagarajan, M.           Using a global optimization algorithm, we
                      mission of 10-Gbit/s over large-core (1mm)       strate measurement of mean fiber DGD             broadband.                                      Ziari, J. Stewart, F. Kish, D. Welch; Infinera    maximize the reach of DPSK and DQPSK
                      step-index POF up to 25m with very low-          using asynchronous delay-tap sampling in a                                                       Corp., USA. We report on the current state of     systems including PMD and nonlinear
                      cost components and DMT modulation.              10Gbit/s WDM test-bed. With and without                                                          large-scale and high functionality photonic       phase noise at data rates ranging from 5
                                                                       polarization scrambling, mean DGD values                                                         integrated circuits on the InP platform for       Gbit/s to 230 Gbit/s.
                                                                       of 30.5ps and 26.2ps were measured on 31ps                                                       transmitters, receivers, and other device
                                                                       all-order PMD fiber.                                                                             applications.




                                                                                                                        Ping Koy Lam is the group leader of Quan-
                                                                                                                        tum Optics at the Australian National
                                                                                                                        University. He was awarded the Australian
                                                                                                                        Institute of Physics Bragg Medal for his
                                                                                                                        Ph.D. in 1999. Prior to his Ph.D. studies,
                                                                                                                        he worked as an engineer for Sony and
                                                                                                                        Hewlett-Packard. Since his Ph.D. graduation
                                                                                                                        he has worked at the Erlangen-Nürnberg

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         88                                                                                                    OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010
               Room 6E                                        Room 6F                                       Room 7                                           Room 8                                           Room 9

                                                                                                              OFC
OWF • Nonlinear Optical                        OWG • Novel Component                        OWH • Restoration and                            OWI • Optical Switching                         OWJ • Silicon Filtering and
Processing II—Continued                        Technology for WDM-PON—                      Protection—Continued                             Schemes—Continued                               Routing Devices—Continued
                                               Continued


OWF6 • 9:15 a.m.                               OWG5 • 9:15 a.m.                             OWH5 • 9:15 a.m.                                 OWI5 • 9:15 a.m.
Ultra Wide Range Tunable Delay Line            Reconfigurable WDM/TDM-PON Ring-             Fractional Survivable Network Band-              A Scalable Optical Packet Switch with
Using Dynamic Grating Reflectors in Op-        Architecture by Using All-Optical Wave-      width: A Comparison of IP over WDM               Label Processing for DPSK and OFDM
tical Fibers, Nikolay Primerov1, Sanghoon      length Converter and Injection-Locked        Schemes, Galen H. Sasaki, Ke Wang, Ye            Data Packets, Wenrui Wang, Nicola Cala-
Chin1, Kwang Yong Song2, Luc Thévenaz1;        FP-LD, Ryo Inohara, Yukio Horiuchi; KDDI     Wang; Univ. of Hawaii, USA. IP over WDM          bretta, Hejie Yang, Jeffrey Lee, Ton Ditewig,
 École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne,     R&D Labs Inc., Japan. We propose and         network schemes are considered that protect      Hugo De Waardt, Harm J. S. Dorren; Eind-




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Wednesday, March 24
1

Switzerland, 2Chung-Ang Univ., Republic of     demonstrate a novel ring-based WDM/          a fraction b of the network bandwidth. If b      hoven Univ. of Technology, Netherlands. We
Korea. We experimentally demonstrate a         TDM-PON architecture which can flex-         is large then failure detection and fractional   present a scalable and low latency optical
novel technique to realize a tunable delay     ibly concentrate subscribers in response     bandwidth protection at the optical layer        packet switch for DPSK and OFDM packets.
line based on dynamic Brillouin gratings       to the demand. A wavelength converter        lowers bandwidth costs.                          Results show error-free operation of 1x64
in a high birefringence fiber. A 8ns pulse     and an injection-locked Fabry-Perot LD                                                        optical packet switch for 12x10 Gb/s DPSK
signal is continuously delayed up to 184ns     are respectively used for downstream and                                                      packets and 12x40Gb/s OFDM packet.
with minor distortion.                         upstream forwarding.




OWF7 • 9:30 a.m.                               OWG6 • 9:30 a.m.                             OWH6 • 9:30 a.m.           Invited               OWI6 • 9:30 a.m.          Invited               OWJ5 • 9:30 a.m.
All-Optical XOR Gate with Feedback Us-         An ASE-Injected FP-LD-Based Return-to-       Architectural Trade-offs for Video Trans-        Optical Flow Switching, Vincent Chan;           Fully Reconfigurable Silicon Photonic Lat-
ing Highly Ge-Doped Nonlinear Fiber,           Zero Transmitter for Long-Reach WDM-         port Networks, Didier Colle, Goutam Das,         Claude E. Shannon Communication and             tice Filters with Four Cascaded Unit Cells,
Mable P. Fok1, Wade Trappe2, Paul R. Pruc-     PONs, Hoon Kim; Natl. Univ. of Singapore,    Mario Pickavet, Piet Demeester; Ghent            Network Group, Res. Lab of Electronics,         Salah-Eldin Ibrahim1, Lian-Wee Luo2, Stevan
nal1; 1Princeton Univ., USA, 2Rutgers Univ.,   Singapore. We propose and demonstrate a      Univ., Belgium. Several architectural aspects    MIT, USA. Present-day networks are being        S. Djordjevic1, Carl B. Poitras2, Linjie Zhou1,
USA. We demonstrate an all-optical XOR         simple RZ transmitter based on incoherent-   and options are discussed for producing          challenged by dramatic increases in band-       Nicolas K. Fontaine1, Binbin Guan1, Stanley
gate with feedback using cross-polarization-   light-injected FP-LD which improves the      video based services: storage and transcoder     width demand of emerging applications.          Cheung1, Zhi Ding1, Katsu Okamoto1, Michal
rotation in a highly Ge-doped-nonlinear        dispersion tolerance. Thanks to wide tim-    placement, routing and (staggered) multi-        We will explore a new transport, ”optical       Lipson2, S. J. B. Yoo1; 1Univ. of California at
fiber. The optical feedback employs a          ing margin between bits, we successfully     casting, buffering/smoothing and retiming        flow switching”, that will enable significant   Davis, USA, 2Cornell Univ., USA. We present
TOAD to clean up signal and for wavelength     transmit incoherent 1.25-Gb/s signals over   streams, separate handling of I-frames           growth, power-efficiency and cost-effective     a fully-reconfigurable CMOS-compatible
conversion, resulting in a wide-open eye       45 km of SSMF.                               from B-/P-frames and applying optical            scalability of next-generation networks.        silicon-photonic lattice-filter with four
diagram.                                                                                    flow switching.                                                                                  cascaded unit cells consisting of resonant
                                                                                                                                                                                             rings and Mach-Zehnder interferometers.
                                                                                                                                                                                             The measurements show high-quality
                                                                                                                                                                                             filter responses including IIR and FIR fil-
                                                                                                                                                                                             ter characteristics matching theoretical
                                                                                                                                                                                             predictions.




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                                      Room 1A                                          Room 1B                                          Room 2                                  Room 6C                          Room 6D

                                                                                                                                         OFC
                      OWA • Fibers for FTTx and In-                     OWB • Optical Performance                       OWC • Quantum                                  OWD • Photonic Integrated   OWE • Polarization Effects
                      Home Networking—Continued                         Monitoring and                                  Communications                                 Circuits—Continued          in Signal Transmission—
                                                                        Characterization—Continued                      Symposium III: Systems—                                                    Continued
                                                                                                                        Continued

                      OWA7 • 9:45 a.m.                                  OWB7 • 9:45 a.m.                                Universität and Paris University as a Hum-                                 OWE6 • 9:45 a.m.
                      First Demonstration of Bidirectional              Continuous, Real-Time, Full-Field Wave-         boldt Fellow and CNRS visiting professor,                                  Polarization-Dependent Loss Induced
                      Gigabit Transmission over a Single Step-          form Measurements via Spectral Slicing          respectively. His research interests include                               Penalties in PDM-QPSK Coherent Optical
                      Index Plastic Optical Fibre, Alessandro           and Parallel Digital Coherent Detection,        quantum communication, quantum metrol-                                     Communication Systems, Chongjin Xie;
                      Antonino1, Dario Zeolla1, Juri Vinogradov2,       Ryan P. Scott, Nicolas K. Fontaine, Linjie      ogy and gravitational wave detection. He has                               Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA. We evalu-
                      Roberto Gaudino1; 1Politecnico di Torino,         Zhou, Francisco M. Soares, J. P. Heritage, S.   published more than 150 articles including                                 ate PDL-induced penalties in PDM-QPSK
Wednesday, March 24




                      Italy, 2Polymer Optical Fiber Application         J. B. Yoo; Univ. of California at Davis, USA.   25 papers in Science, Nature, and Physical                                 coherent systems with both lumped model
                      Ctr., Germany. We demonstrated a Gigabit          Single-shot, amplitude and phase charac-        Review Letters.                                                            and distributed model. We find the lumped
                      Ethernet bidirectional transmission over a        terization of 160-GHz bandwidth optical                                                                                    model significantly over-estimates PDL
                      single POF. The solution is attractive for very   waveforms with 2-microsecond record                                                                                        penalties and PDM coherent systems can
                      low cost consumer electronic short-distance       lengths using a bandwidth- and time-record                                                                                 tolerate more PDL than single-polarization
                      cabling at high data rate requiring extremely     scalable technique based on parallelized bal-                                                                              systems.
                      simple installation.                              anced four-quadrature homodyne detection
                                                                        and DSP reconstruction.




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         90                                                                                                    OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010
               Room 6E                                        Room 6F                                Room 7                                 Room 8                     Room 9

                                                                                                       OFC
OWF • Nonlinear Optical                        OWG • Novel Component                        OWH • Restoration and            OWI • Optical Switching   OWJ • Silicon Filtering and
Processing II—Continued                        Technology for WDM-PON—                      Protection—Continued             Schemes—Continued         Routing Devices—Continued
                                               Continued


OWF8 • 9:45 a.m.                               OWG7 • 9:45 a.m.                                                                                        OWJ6 • 9:45 a.m.
Nonlinear Phase Noise Compensation             A Self Wavelength Tracking Method for a                                                                 High Efficiency Nonuniform Grating
Using a Modified Nonlinear Optical             Cost Effective WDM-PON with Tunable                                                                     Coupler by Utilizing the Lag Effect in
Loop Mirror, Klaus Sponsel1,2, Christian       Lasers, Sang-Rok Mun, Jung-Hyung Moon,                                                                  the Dry Etching Process, Yongbo Tang1,2,
Stephan1, Georgy Onishchukov2, Bernhard        Sang-Min Oh, Chang-Hee Lee; KAIST,                                                                      Zhechao Wang1,2, Urban Westergren1,2, Lech
Schmauss2, Gerd Leuchs1,2; 1Max-Planck-Inst.   Republic of Korea. We demonstrate a self                                                                Wosinski1,2; 1Dept. of Microelectronics and




                                                                                                                                                                                                       Wednesday, March 24
for the Science of Light, Germany, 2Univ. of   wavelength tracking method for tunable                                                                  Applied Physics, Royal Inst. of Technology
Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. Nonlinear         lasers in a WDM-PON. By measuring the                                                                   (KTH), Sweden, 2Joint Res. Ctr. of Photonics
phase noise compensation with possibility of   back-scattered power by a feeder fiber, we                                                              of the Royal Inst. of Technology (Sweden)
simultaneous amplitude noise suppression       identified and tracked the allocated wave-                                                              and Zhejiang Univ., China. Utilizing the lag
has been experimentally demonstrated in a      length of the tunable laser.                                                                            effect in dry etching, a nonuniform silicon-
DPSK transmission system using a modified                                                                                                              on-insulator grating coupler is designed
NOLM. As main application quadrature                                                                                                                   and fabricated. Over 80% (>-1dB) coupling
and higher PSK modulation formats are                                                                                                                  efficiency is theoretically obtained and
expected.                                                                                                                                              experimental coupling efficiency of 55% is
                                                                                                                                                       achieved for TE polarization.

                                                                          10:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m.       Coffee Break, Exhibit Halls B, D, E


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                                                                                   OFC/NFOEC 2010      •    March 21–25, 2010                                                                         91
                                                                                                                                  Exhibit Hall B
                                                                                                                                      JOINT

                                                                                                                           10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                           JWA • Poster Session I
                                                                     JWA4                                            JWA7                                               JWA11                                            JWA14
                      A. Fibers and Optical Propagation
                                                                     Highly-Birefringent Tunable Long-Period         An Optical Microfiber Sagnac Interferom-           Characterization of SBS Gain and Loss            Blue-Yellow-Red Multi-Color Si-Rich
                      Effects
                                                                     Fiber Gratings in Hollow-Core Photo-            eter with Adjustable Transmission, Sun Do          Spectra Using Fresnel Reflections and            SiOx Strip-Loaded Waveguide Amplifier,
                                                                     nic Bandgap Fiber by Use of Mechanical          Lim1, Kyoung Jun Park2, Byoung Yoon Kim2,          Interaction of Two Sidebands, Xiaoqiang          Chung-Lun Wu, Gong-Ru Lin; Graduate Inst.
                      JWA1
                                                                     Pressure, Gilhwan Kim1,2, Sunduck Kim1,         Kwanil Lee1, Sang Bae Lee1; 1Korea Inst. of        Sun, Kun Xu, Yinqing Pei, Jian Wu, Jintong       of Electro-Optical Engineering, Natl. Taiwan
                      Simple Suppression Technique for Higher-
                                                                     Kwanil Lee1, Kyung Shik Lee2, Sang Bae          Science and Technology, Republic of Korea,         Lin; Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecommu-       Univ., Taiwan. Si-nanocrystal incorporated
                      Order Mode Amplification in Bent Large
                                                                     Lee1; 1Photonics Res. Ctr., Korea Inst. of      2
                                                                                                                      KAIST, Republic of Korea. A Sagnac inter-         nications, China. A compact single-ended         Si-rich SiOx strip-loaded waveguide ampli-
                      Mode Area Triple-Cladding Fibers,
                                                                     Science and Technology, Republic of Korea,      ferometer based on an optical microfiber is        setup for stimulated Brillouin scattering        fiers grown by detuning N2O/SiH4 fluence
                      Kunimasa Saitoh1, Kentaro Ichii2, Katsuhiro
Wednesday, March 24




                                                                     2
                                                                      School of Information and Communication        demonstrated. It shows good adjustability of       (SBS) spectra characterization is proposed       ratio and RF power are demonstrated with
                      Takenaga2, Shoji Tanigawa2, Shoichiro Mat-
                                                                     Engineering, Sungkyunkwan Univ., Republic       transmission, which enables it to be used as       based on microwave modulated optical             blue, yellow, and red multi-color amplified-
                      suo2, Munehisa Fujimaki2, Lorenzo Rosa1,
                                                                     of Korea. The mode coupling properties of       linear edge filter, optical variable attenuator,   sidebands and Fresnel reflection in optical      spontaneous-emission and gain coefficients
                      Masanori Koshiba1; 1Hokkaido Univ., Japan,
                                                                     highly-birefringent tunable LPGs formed         or gain flattening filter.                         fibers. The measured spectra agree well with     of 160, 70 and 45 cm-1.
                      2
                        Fujikura Ltd., Japan. A novel technique to
                                                                     in HC-PBGF are presented. The mode                                                                 the theoretical lorentzian profile.
                      suppress the higher-order-mode in bent
                                                                     coupling from the fundamental-core mode         JWA8                                                                                                JWA15
                      LMA triple-cladding fibers is proposed. It
                                                                     to higher-order guided mode of a HC-PBGF        In-Band SBS Suppression for Optical High           JWA12                                            Effects of Nonlinear Losses and Design
                      is shown that the higher-order-mode can
                                                                     is obtained by use of periodic mechanical       Power Transmitter, Yuanjian (Daniel) Xu,           Channel Capacity of Step-Index Polymer           Geometry on Gain in Silicon Waveguides
                      be coupled to a cladding mode with only an
                                                                     pressure.                                       Lauriston Wah; Boeing Space and Intelligence       Optical Fibers: Experiments and Simula-          with Erbium Doped Regions, Feng Qian,
                      adjustment of the bending diameter.
                                                                                                                     Systems, USA. No observable implementa-            tion with Realistic Parameters, Roman            Qi Song, En-Kuang Tien, Ozdal Boyraz; Univ.
                                                                     JWA5                                            tion loss is demonstrated with an in-band          Kruglov1, Sven Loquai1, Olaf Ziemann1, Juri      of California at Irvine, USA. We investigate
                      JWA2
                                                                     A Non-Silica Bridging Wire between              carrier frequency dithering technique to           Vinogradov1, Christian-Alexander Bunge2;         the effects of design geometry and nonlinear
                      Design of Single-Polarization Single-
                                                                     Silica Fiber Tapers for Novel In-Line           suppress stimulated Brillouin scattering           1
                                                                                                                                                                         Univ. of Applied Sciences, Wassertorstr, Ger-   losses on gain in silicon with erbium-doped
                      Mode Photonic Crystal Fiber Based on
                                                                     Components, Nan-Kuang Chen1,2, Pei-Wen          (SBS) in a 50-W optical BPPM transmitter,          many, 2Hochschule für Telekommunikation          regions. Multi-trench designs distribute
                      Index-Matching Coupling, Sun-Goo Lee,
                                                                     Kuan1; 1Dept. of Electro-Optical Engineering,   contrast to previous demonstration with            Leipzig, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany.           intensity more uniformly and reduce the
                      Kwanil Lee, Sang Bae Lee; Korea Inst. of
                                                                     Natl. United Univ., Taiwan, 2Optoelectronics    out-of-band modulation.                            Step Index Polymer Optical Fibers (SI-POF)       nonlinear losses including up conversion
                      Science and Technology, Republic of Korea.
                                                                     Res. Ctr., Natl. United Univ., Taiwan. We                                                          are candidates for broadband in-house            and excited state absorptions.
                      We propose a new design to achieve single-
                                                                     demonstrate the power delivering between        JWA9                                               networks. We give an overview over the
                      polarization single-mode guidance in highly
                                                                     two silica fiber tapers through a bridging      Nonlinear Effects Prediction in Ultra-             channel capacity of POF links up to 100m,        JWA16
                      birefringent photonic crystal fiber. The
                                                                     wire made of a highly nonlinear tellurite       Dense WDM Systems Using Volterra                   based on experimental investigations and         Tunable Single-Longitudinal-Mode Fi-
                      suppression of unwanted polarization state
                                                                     glass. The Fresnel reflection at the splicing   Series, Jacklyn D. Reis1, Liliana N. Costa1,       system simulations.                              ber Optical Parametric Oscillator with
                      is realized by introducing index-matched
                                                                     point is significantly reduced by angled-cut    António L. Teixeira1,2; 1Inst. de Telecomu-                                                         Saturable-Absorber-Based Auto-Tracking
                      cladding defect waveguide.
                                                                     fiber tapers.                                   nicações, Univ. de Aveiro, Portugal, 2Nokia        B. Fiber and Waveguide Based                     Filter, Sigang Yang, Kim K. Y. Cheung, Xing
                                                                                                                     Siemens Networks Portugal S.A, Portugal.           Devices: Amplifiers, Lasers,                     Xu, Yue Zhou, Kenneth K. Y. Wong; Univ. of
                      JWA3
                                                                     JWA6                                            Volterra Series Transfer Function method is        Sensors, and Performance                         Hong Kong, China. A tunable single-longitu-
                      Fabrication of a Highly Nonlinear Tel-
                                                                     High Refractive Index Bi2O3- B2O3-TeO2          investigated to analyze fiber nonlinearities in    Monitors                                         dinal-mode (SLM) fiber optical parametric
                      lurite Complex Microstructure Fiber for
                                                                     Glass with High Visible-NIR Transmit-           ultra-dense WDM systems. For 340x1Gb/s                                                              oscillator is demonstrated by using a subring
                      Supercontinuum Generation, Meisong
                                                                     tance, Tomoharu Hasegawa; Asahi Glass Co.,      at 3GHz grid using intensity-modulated             JWA13                                            cavity and a fiber loop mirror incorporated
                      Liao, Xin Yan, Guanshi Qin, Chitrarekha
                                                                     Ltd., Japan. We have newly developed Bi2O3-     signals, the method enables fast analysis of       Observation of Narrow Linewidth Beat             with a saturable absorber. It can provide
                      Chaudhari, Takenobu Suzuki, Yasutake
                                                                     B2O3-TeO2 glass system. This glass shows        the induced nonlinear distortion impact.           Signal for Millimeter Wave Generation            dual-wavelength SLM output.
                      Ohishi; Toyota Technological Inst., Japan. A
                                                                     high transmittance in visible and near-IR                                                          Using MZM-Based Flat Comb Genera-
                      dispersion controlled highly nonlinear tel-
                                                                     wavelength, in spite of their high refractive   JWA10                                              tor, Isao Morohashi1, Takahide Sakamoto1,        JWA17
                      lurite complex microstructure fiber whose
                                                                     index and optical nonlinearity.                 Evaluation of the Fuse Effect Propagation          Hideyuki Sotobayashi1,2, Tetsuya Kawani-         Gain Clamping in a Fiber Optical Para-
                      chromatic dispersion is flatter than that of
                                                                                                                     in Networks Infrastructures with Differ-           shi1, Iwao Hosako1; 1NICT, Japan, 2Aoyama        metric Amplifier, Rohit Malik, Michel
                      the previous ones is realized. Broad super-
                                                                                                                     ent Types of Fibers, Paulo S. André1, Marga-       Gakuin Univ., Japan. We showed 100 GHz           E. Marhic; Swansea Univ., UK. We have
                      continuum generation was demonstrated
                                                                                                                     rida Facão2, Ana M. Rocha1, Paulo Antunes2,        beat signals and estimated the linewidth         experimentally shown that gain clamping is
                      under the several hundred pJ femtosecond
                                                                                                                     André Martins1; 1Inst. de Telecomunicações,        of the beat signal. 100 GHz-spaced optical       required in fiber optical parametric ampli-
                      pulse pumping.
                                                                                                                     Univ. de Aveiro, Portugal, 2Dept. de Física da     modes were extracted from 12.5 GHz-              fiers. By using optical gain clamping (OGC),
                                                                                                                     Univ. de Aveiro, Portugal. The evaluation of       spaced comb signals. The linewidth was           we have reduced gain variation to 1 dB, for
                                                                                                                     the fuse effect propagation in fiber networks      narrower than 1 Hz.                              signal input variation of 12 dB.
                                                                                                                     is analyzed. We show a relation between the
                                                                                                                     void interval, the power density and the
                                                                                                                     fused effect velocity for different types of
                                                                                                                     optical fibers.



         92                                                                                                 OFC/NFOEC 2010               •     March 21–25, 2010
                                                                                                              Exhibit Hall B
                                                                                                                 JOINT

                                                                                                JWA • Poster Session I—Continued

JWA18                                           JWA22                                             JWA25                                          JWA27                                             JWA30
Tunable Continuous-Wave Fiber Optical           Fabrication of Fiber Bragg Gratings in 40         A Scheme for Improving the Performance         Nonlinear Pulse Processing in High-Index          Topology-Optimized Slow-Light Cou-
Parametric Oscillator with 1-W Output           μm Diameter Low GeO2 Silica Fiber Using           of 100-Gb/s Polarization-Multiplexed           Glass Integrated Devices: Pulse Compres-          plers for Ring-Shaped Photonic Crystal
Power, Rohit Malik, Michel E. Marhic;           cw-Ar+-Laser, Hans G. Limberger1, Georgios        RZ33 DQPSK Signals Using the Phase             sion, Marco Peccianti1,2, David Duchesne1,        Waveguide, Minhao Pu 1, Lirong Yang 1,
Swansea Univ., UK. We report on a CW            Violakis1, Frédéric Sandoz2, Carlos Pedrido2;     Regenerator and PMD Compensator,               Marcello Ferrera1, Ian B. Burgess1, Luca Raz-     Lars Hagedorn Fradsen2, Jakob Søndergaard
fiber OPO, whose output wavelength can          1
                                                 École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne,        Xianfeng Tang1, Xiaoguang Zhang1, Lixia        zari1,3, Roberto Morandotti1, Brent E. Little4,   Jensen1, Ole Sigmund1, Haiyan Ou1, Kresten
be tuned over the 1463-1674nm range, by         Switzerland, 2Silitec SA, Switzerland. Mean       Xi1, Guangyong Zhang 2, Qianjin Xiong2,        Sai T. Chu4, David J. Moss5; 1INRS Énergie,       Yvind1, Jørn Märcher Hvam1; 1Technical Univ.
means of a tunable intracavity filter. Over     index changes >10-3 were obtained in non-         Xixiang Li2; 1Inst. of Information Photonics   Matériaux et Télécommunications, Canada,          of Denmark, Denmark, 2NKT Photonics,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Wednesday, March 24
1W of output power can be extracted at          hydrogen-loaded ~3% GeO2-doped silica fi-         and Optical Communications, Beijing Univ.      2
                                                                                                                                                  Res. Ctr. SOFT INFM-CNR, Italy, 3Dept. di        Denmark. We demonstrate a topology-
long wavelengths.                               bers with a 9/40 μm core/cladding diameter        of Posts and Telecommunications, China,        Elettronica, Univ. di Pavia, Italy, 4Infinera     optimized coupler for a ring-shaped pho-
                                                using a cw 244-nm-Ar+-laser. Core stress          2
                                                                                                    Network Res. Dept., Huawei Technologies      Ltd., USA, 5CUDOS, School of Physics, Univ.       tonic crystal waveguide to improve the
JWA19                                           changes are positive indicating a compac-         Co., Ltd., China. We proposed a scheme of      of Sydney, Australia. Sub-ps pulse compres-       coupling of light located in the slow-light
Discrete Parametric Band Conversion             tion contribution to the index change.            combination of phase regenerator and PMD       sion is demonstrated by using an integrated       regime. An enhancement of the coupling
in Silicon for Mid-Infrared Applica-                                                              compensator to the 100-Gbit/s Polarization-    nonlinear chirper based on an integrated,         efficiency of up to 2.5dB is experimentally
tions, En-Kuang Tien, Feng Qian, Qi Song,       C. Optical Devices for                            Multiplexed DQPSK System to improve its        low loss, low dispersion, high index glass        demonstrated.
Salih K. Kalyoncu, Yuewang Huang, Ozdal         Switching, Filtering, and Signal                  tolerance to PMD. The system performance       (Hydex®) spiral waveguide. Compressions
Boyraz; Univ. of California at Irvine, USA.     Compensation                                      is effectively improved after both compensa-   of 40% are demonstrated for peak power            D. Optoelectronic Devices
Mid-infrared has great potential for silicon                                                      tion and regeneration.                         around 100W.
photonics. Engineering the dispersion           JWA23                                                                                                                                              JWA31
by IR compatible cladding materials and         Electrically Tunable Bandpass Filter Based        JWA26                                          JWA28                                             High Speed Silicon Microring Modulator
waveguide dimensions enable broadband           on Liquid Crystal Photonic Bandgap                Characterization of Integrated Polar-          First Demonstration of 80-km Long-Haul            Based on Carrier Depletion, Po Dong1,
discrete wavelength conversion. We show         Fibers, Lei Wei1, Thomas Tanggaard Alkesk-        ization-Diversity DPSK Demodulator             Transmission of 12.5-Gb/s Data Using              Shirong Liao1, Dazeng Feng1, Hong Liang1,
that >1.2μm discrete wide-band conversion       jold2, Anders Bjarklev1; 1DTU Fotonik, Dept.      with Two-Dimensional Chirped Grat-             Silicon Microring Resonator Electro-              Dawei Zheng1, Roshanak Shafiiha1, Xuezhe
is achievable at 4μm pumping.                   of Photonics Engineering, Technical Univ. of      ing Couplers and Ring Resonators, Xia          Optic Modulator, Aleksandr Biberman1,             Zheng2, Guoliang Li2, Kannan Raj2, Ashok V.
                                                Denmark, Denmark, 2NKT Photonics A/S,             Chen1, Chao Li1, Ying Gao2, Lin Xu1, Hon       Noam Ophir1, Keren Bergman1, Sasikanth            Krishnamoorthy2, Mehdi Asghari1; 1Kotura
JWA20                                           Denmark. An electrically tunable bandpass         Ki Tsang1, Chester Shu1; 1Chinese Univ. of     Manipatruni2, Long Chen2, Michal Lipson2;         Inc., USA, 2Sun Microsystems Inc., USA.
Silicon-on-Insulator Ring-Shaped Pho-           filter based on two photonic crystal fibers       Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2Ctr. for Optical and    1
                                                                                                                                                  Columbia Univ., USA, 2Cornell Univ., USA.        We present a high-speed silicon micror-
tonic Crystal Waveguides for Refractive         filled with different liquid crystals is dem-     Electromagnetic Res., Zhejiang Univ., China.   First demonstration of long-haul transmis-        ing modulator with a low voltage swing
Index Sensing, Minhao Pu1, Liu Liu1, Lars       onstrated. Both the short-wavelength and          We describe the design and experimental        sion reaching bandwidth-distance product          and ultralow energy consumption, with
Hagedorn Frandsen2, Haiyan Ou1, Kresten         long-wavelength edge are tuned individually       results of an integrated polarization-diver-   of 1-Tb-km/s, using silicon microring             the refractive index modulation achieved
Yvind1, Jørn Märcher Hvam1; 1Technical Univ.    or simultaneously with the response time in       sity DPSK demodulator. The integration         resonator electro-optic modulator, sets new       by carrier depletion in a lateral pn diode
of Denmark, Denmark, 2NKT Photonics,            milliseconds.                                     of 2-D chirped grating couplers enabled        precedence for silicon photonic applica-          embedded in the ring.
Denmark. We present an integrated refrac-                                                         polarization-diversity operation with two      tions. 12.5-Gb/s bit-error-rate and power
tive index sensor based on a ring-shaped        JWA24                                             micro-ring resonators which converted the      penalty measurements confirm 80-km of             JWA32
photonic crystal waveguide. We measured         Tunable Free Space Optical Delay Interfer-        phase modulation to intensity modulation.      feasible fiber propagation.                       16-Channel × 100-GHz Monolithically
the shift in cut-off wavelength for different   ometer for Demodulation of Differential                                                                                                            Integrated O-CDMA Transmitter with
ambient refractive indices and we observed      Phase Shift Keying Signals, Jingshi Li1,                                                         JWA29                                             SPECTS Encoder and Seven 10-GHz
a sensitivity of Δλ/Δn=110nm/RIU.               Kai Worms1, David Hillerkuss1, Benjamin                                                          Generating 20 GHz and 40 GHz Pulse                Mode-Locked Lasers, X. P. Zhou1, F. M.
                                                Richter 1 , Ruediger Maestle 2 , Wolfgang                                                        Trains from a 10 GHz Mode-Locked                  Soares1, N. K. Fontaine1, J. H. Baek1, Stanley
JWA21                                           Freude1, Juerg Leuthold1; 1Karlsruhe Inst. of                                                    Laser Using a Tunable Planar Lightwave            Cheung1, Michael Shearn2, Axel Scherer2,
Optical Crosstalk in Silicon Nanowave-          Technology, Germany, 2Agilent Technologies,                                                      Circuit and Nonlinear Wavelength Con-             Fredrik Olsson3, Sebastian Lourdudoss3, K.
guides, Yoshitomo Okawachi1, Onur Ku-           Germany. With a continuously tunable free                                                        version, Payman Samadi 1, Lawrence R.             Y. Liu4, W. T. Tsang4, S. J. B. Yoo1; 1Univ. of
zucu1, Mark A. Foster1, Reza Salem1, Alexan-    space optical delay interferometer and direct                                                    Chen1, Irina A. Kostko1, Patrick Dumais2,         California at Davis, USA, 2Caltech, USA,
der L. Gaeta1, Amy C. Turner-Foster1, Michal    detection D(Q)PSK signals can be received                                                        Claire C. Callender2, Sarkis Jacob2, Bing Xia3;   3
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Royal Inst. of Technology (KTH), Sweden,
Lipson1, Aleksandr Biberman2, Noam Ophir2,      at varying symbol rates or under optimized                                                       1
                                                                                                                                                  McGill Univ., Canada, 2Broadband Network         4
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Multiplex, Inc., USA. We demonstrate a
Keren Bergman2; 1Cornell Univ., USA, 2Co-       conditions. The interferometer’s phase is                                                        Technologies Branch, Communications Res.          fully-integrated O-CDMA transmitter by
lumbia Univ., USA. We characterize optical      stabilized and its polarization dependence                                                       Ctr., Canada, 3Infinera Corp., USA. We            monolithically integrating 7 colliding-pulse
crosstalk and the associated bit-error rate     mitigated.                                                                                       demonstrate the generation of 20 GHz and          mode-locked lasers with two arrayed wave-
degradation in silicon nanowaveguides. Our                                                                                                       40 GHz pulse trains using a tunable planar        guide gratings and 16 phase modulators in
results indicate that the crosstalk decreases                                                                                                    lightwave circuit (PLC) and nonlinear             InP technology.
with increasing modulation frequency and                                                                                                         wavelength conversion. The PLC is a 6-stage
decreases with input power, which we at-                                                                                                         lattice-form Mach-Zehnder interferometer
tribute to free-carrier absorption.                                                                                                              fabricated in silica-on-silicon technology.


                                                                                       OFC/NFOEC 2010                •    March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                          93
                                                                                                                                          Exhibit Hall B
                                                                                                                                             JOINT

                                                                                                                            JWA • Poster Session I—Continued
                      JWA33                                              JWA36                                                JWA39                                                                                         JWA47
                                                                                                                                                                             G. Optical Processing and Analog
                      Method for Measuring Conversion Gain               Waveguide-Integrated Ge/Si Avalanche                 Photodiodes with Monolithically Inte-                                                         Optical Wavelength Multicasting Based on
                                                                                                                                                                             Subsystems
                      Response and O/E Bandwidth of In-                  Photodetector with 105GHz Gain-Band-                 grated Wilkinson Power Combiner, Yang                                                         Four Wave Mixing in Highly Nonlinear Fi-
                      tegrated D(Q)PSK Receivers, Mads L.                width Product, Kah-Wee Ang, Joseph                   Fu, Huapu Pan, Joe C. Campbell; Univ. of                                                      ber with Reduced Polarization Sensitivity,
                                                                                                                                                                             JWA43
                      Nielsen, Andreas G. Steffan, Marcel Kroh;          Weisheng Ng, Andy Eu-Jin Lim, Ming-Bin               Virginia, USA. We report improved output                                                      Dawei Wang1, Tee-Hiang Cheng1, Yong-Kee
                                                                                                                                                                             High Dynamic-Range Microwave Pho-
                      u2t Photonics AG, Germany. A method for            Yu, Guo-Qiang Lo, Dim-Lee Kwong; Inst. of            power and linearity characteristics of two                                                    Yeo2, Yixin Wang2, Zhaowen Xu1, Jianguo
                                                                                                                                                                             tonic Links Using Maximally Linear FIR
                      recovering the O/E frequency response of           Microelectronics, A*STAR, Singapore. We              InP/InGaAs partially-depleted-absorber                                                        Liu1, Gaoxi Xiao1; 1Nanyang Technological
                                                                                                                                                                             Optical Filters, John M. Wyrwas, Ming C.
                      D(Q)PSK receivers with integrated delay-           report the first demonstration of a wave-            photodiodes monolithically integrated with                                                    Univ., Singapore, 2Inst. for Infocomm Res.,
                                                                                                                                                                             Wu; Univ. of California at Berkeley, USA.
                      line interferometers (DLIs) is presented.          guide-integrated avalanche photodetector             a Wilkinson power combiner and stub tuner                                                     Singapore. Using three co-polarized probes
                                                                                                                                                                             We propose a microwave photonic link in
                      Modulator chirp is canceled by measuring           using Group-IV heterostructure materials.            in the frequency range up to 20GHz.                                                           and a pump modulated signal, seven multi-
Wednesday, March 24




                                                                                                                                                                             which maximally linear FIR optical filters
                      at specific DLI phases, making the approach        Such device achieved a responsivity of                                                                                                             casting channels with 100-GHz spacing are
                                                                                                                                                                             discriminate frequency modulation. Using
                      robust and versatile.                              ~0.8A/W at unity gain and an impressive              JWA40                                                                                         demonstrated. The conversion efficiency
                                                                                                                                                                             a tenth-order filter, one can achieve a 127
                                                                         gain-bandwidth product of ~105GHz at                 166 Gb/s PDM-NRZ-DPSK Modulation                                                              fluctuation due to polarization sensitivity is
                                                                                                                                                                             dBm/Hz2/3 SFDR with 1 mW of received
                      JWA34                                              1550nm photon wavelength.                            Using Thin-LiNbO3-Substrate Modulator,                                                        reduced from more than 20 dB to 5 dB.
                                                                                                                                                                             optical power.
                      Optical Memory Elements with Extremely                                                                  Atsushi Kanno1, Takahide Sakamoto1, Akito
                      Wide Hysteresis Window (94mA) Using                JWA37                                                Chiba1, Tetsuya Kawanishi1, Kaoru Higuma2,                                                    JWA48
                                                                                                                                                                             JWA44
                      Partly Saturable-Absorber Novel Ac-                Bandwidth Enhancement of Distributed                 Masaaki Sudou2, Junichiro Ichikawa2; 1NICT,                                                   Multi-Channel Return-to-Zero Sig-
                                                                                                                                                                             10GHz All-Optical Gate on a Silicon Chip,
                      tive MMI Bi-Stable Laser Diodes, Hany              Reflector Lasers at Low Bias Current by              Japan, 2Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd.,                                                      nal Regeneration Using a Single Phase
                                                                                                                                                                             Rajesh Kumar1, Liu Liu1, Gunther Roelkens1,
                      A. Bastawrous1, Haisong Jiang1, Yuichiro           Optical Injection Locking, SeungHun Lee1,            Japan. The modulation of a 166-Gb/s PDM-                                                      Modulator and an AWG, Yu Yu, Jonathan
                                                                                                                                                                             Erik-Jan Geluk2, Tjibbe de Vries2, Philippe
                      Tahara1, Shinji Matsuo2, Kiichi Hamamoto1;         Devang Parekh2, Takahiko Shindo1, Weijian            NRZ-DPSK signal is demonstrated using a                                                       Ingham, Jose Rosas–Fernández, Adrian
                                                                                                                                                                             Regreny3, Dries Van Thourhout1, Roel Baets1,
                      1
                       Kyushu Univ., Japan, 2NTT Photonics Labs,         Yang2, Peng Guo2, Daisuke Takahashi1, No-            thin-LiNbO3-substrate modulator. The use                                                      Wonfor, Richard Penty, Ian White; Ctr. for
                                                                                                                                                                             Geert Morthier1; 1Photonics Res. Group,
                      Japan. Novel active MMI bi-stable laser            riaki Tajima1, Nobuhiko Nishiyama1, Connie           of a 0.1-mm-thick substrate and a ridge-type                                                  Photonic Systems, Electrical Engineering Div.,
                                                                                                                                                                             INTEC Dept., Ghent Univ.-IMEC, Belgium,
                      diodes are proposed and demonstrated. Us-          J. Chang-Hasnain2, Shigehisa Arai1,2; 1Tokyo         waveguide improves the optical response                                                       Engineering Dept., Univ. of Cambridge, UK.
                                                                                                                                                                             2
                                                                                                                                                                               COBRA Res. Inst.,Technische Univ. Eind-
                      ing partly saturable-absorber configuration        Inst. of Technology, Japan, 2Univ. of California     and brings about a reduction in V-π.                                                          We demonstrate multi-channel RZ signals
                                                                                                                                                                             hoven, Netherlands, 3Univ. de Lyon, France.
                      in active MMI, extremely wide hysteresis           at Berkeley, USA. By optical-injection-                                                                                                            regeneration based on a phase-modulator
                                                                                                                                                                             We demonstrate a fast all-optical gate with
                      window of 94mA was achieved with 30fJ              locking, the bandwidth enhancement of                JWA41                                                                                         and an AWG. BER improvements for 8
                                                                                                                                                                             a 5µm radius InP disk heterogeneously in-
                      optical switching energy in 335μm total            Distributed-Reflector lasers with quantum-           The Development of the 1.27 μm High                                                           10Gb/s channels after 450km transmission
                                                                                                                                                                             tegrated on to a SOI waveguide circuit. Rise
                      device length.                                     wire-like active regions was demonstrated.           Responsivity Avalanche Photodiodes for                                                        demonstrate that regeneration with timing
                                                                                                                                                                             time and fall time together are 50ps.
                                                                         The bandwidth was increased to >15-GHz               10G-EPON (OLT), Yoshifumi Sasahata,                                                           jitter reduction and dispersion compensa-
                      JWA35                                              at a 5-mA bias, which is 4-times smaller bias        Masaharu Nakaji, Toshitaka Aoyagi, Taka-                                                      tion can be achieved.
                                                                                                                                                                             JWA45
                      Self-Coherent Optical Transmission Us-             than that for conventional edge-emitting             hide Ishikawa; Mitsubishi Electric Corp.,
                                                                                                                                                                             Regenerative Tunable Optical Delay for
                      ing a Narrow Linewidth Tunable Slotted             lasers.                                              Japan. We report the 1.27 μm AlInAs APD                                                       JWA49
                                                                                                                                                                             Phase Modulated Signals, Pegah Sed-
                      Fabry-Perot Laser, Kai Shi1, Frank Smyth1,                                                              with high responsivity of 0.93 A/W and                                                        4 × 10 Gb/s Time and Wavelength Multi-
                                                                                                                                                                             dighian, Lawrence R. Chen; McGill Univ.,
                      Douglas Reid1, Robert Maher1, Brendan Roy-         JWA38                                                wide bandwidth of 8.3 GHz at a multiplica-                                                    casting with NRZ to RZ Format Conver-
                                                                                                                                                                             Canada. We propose a multi-functional ele-
                      croft2, Brian Corbett2, Frank Peters2, Prince      Cost-Effective 10.7 Gbit/s Cooled TOSA               tion factor of 10 optimized for 10G-EPON                                                      sion Using Four-Wave Mixing in a Highly
                                                                                                                                                                             ment that achieves both noise reduction and
                      Anandarajah1, Liam Barry1; 1Dublin City            Employing Rectangular TO-CAN Pack-                   (OLT).                                                                                        Nonlinear Photonic Crystal Fiber, Gordon
                                                                                                                                                                             continuously tunable optical delay for phase
                      Univ., Ireland, 2Tyndall Natl. Inst., Univ. Col-   age Operating up to 90 °C, Norio Okada,                                                                                                            K. P. Lei, Chester Shu; Chinese Univ. of Hong
                                                                                                                                                                             modulated signals. We experimentally show
                      lege Cork, Ireland. A narrow linewidth slot-       Toshitsugu Uesugi, Akihiro Matsusue, Takeshi         JWA42                                                                                         Kong, Hong Kong. We demonstrate simul-
                                                                                                                                                                             14.7dB OSNR improvement and up to 882ps
                      ted Fabry-Perot laser has been employed in         Fujita, Shin-ichi Takagi, Tatsuo Hatta, Atsu-        Very-High Temperature (200°C) Op-                                                             taneous time and wavelength multicasting
                                                                                                                                                                             tunable delay for a NRZ-DPSK signal.
                      a self-coherent optical transmission system.       shi Sugitatsu, Hitoshi Watanabe; Mitsubishi          eration of GaN-Based Cascade Green                                                            with NRZ to RZ format conversion by
                      A comparison of the system performance of          Electric Corp., Japan. Employing rectangular         Light Emitting Diode for Plastic Optical                                                      four-wave mixing of the input signal with
                                                                                                                                                                             JWA46
                      the tunable slotted laser with a SG-DBR laser      TO-CAN and optimizing coupling mode of               Fiber Communication, Jin-Wei Shi1, H.-                                                        a time- and wavelength-interleaved laser
                                                                                                                                                                             Optical Frame Synchronizer for 10 G
                      has also been shown.                               transmission line realize both TEC power             W. Huang1, F.-M. Kuo1, M. L. Lee2, J.- K.                                                     source. Error-free operations are obtained
                                                                                                                                                                             Ethernet Packets Aiming at 1 Tb/s OTDM
                                                                         consumption of 0.6W at 90 °C and superior            Sheu3; 1Natl. Central Univ., Taiwan, 2Dept.                                                   in all the outputs.
                                                                                                                                                                             Ethernet, Hao Hu, Evarist Palushani,
                                                                         optical output waveform with mask margin             of Electro-Optical Engineering, Southern
                                                                                                                                                                             Janaina Laguardia Areal, Michael Galili,
                                                                         of 24% at 10.7 Gbit/s.                               Taiwan Univ., Taiwan, 3Natl. Cheng-Kung
                                                                                                                                                                             Anders Clausen, Michael Stubert Berger,
                                                                                                                              Univ., Taiwan. We demonstrate cascade
                                                                                                                                                                             Christophe Peucheret, Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe,
                                                                                                                              green light-emitting-diodes, which greatly
                                                                                                                                                                             Palle Jeppesen; DTU Fotonik, Technical Univ.
                                                                                                                              release trade-off between output-power and
                                                                                                                                                                             of Denmark, Denmark. Synchronization of
                                                                                                                              speed and exhibits strong modulation-speed
                                                                                                                                                                             10 G Ethernet packets to a local clock was
                                                                                                                              enhancement with negligible output-power
                                                                                                                                                                             demonstrated using a phase modulator
                                                                                                                              degradation from room-temperature to
                                                                                                                                                                             and a SMF as retiming elements. Error free
                                                                                                                              200°C operation. 200Mbit/sec error-free
                                                                                                                                                                             performances for the synchronized packets
                                                                                                                              transmission at 200°C can be achieved.
                                                                                                                                                                             with different lengths were achieved.


         94                                                                                                        OFC/NFOEC 2010                •    March 21–25, 2010
                                                                                                                 Exhibit Hall B
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                                                                                                  JWA • Poster Session I—Continued
JWA50                                          JWA53                                                JWA56                                            Symposium on Quantum                             JWA62
Channel Group-Delay- and Polarization-         Using a Microcontroller to Optimize the              Reducing Modal Noise in Short-Range              Communications                                   Wavelength-Space Permutation Switch
Insensitive Wavelength Conversion of           Bias Voltage of Balanced Photodiodes to              Radio over Multimode Fibre Links, Da-                                                             with Coherent PDM QPSK Transmission
Multichannel Polarization-Shift Keying         Minimize Even-Order Distortion in Ana-               vide Visani1, Giovanni Tartarini1, Martin        JWA59                                            for Supercomputer Optical Interconnects,
Signal, Md. Nur-Al-Safa Bhuiyan, Motoharu      log Fiber-Optic Links, Mitchell D. Theys1,           N. Petersen2, Luigi Tarlazzi3, Pier Faccin3;     Quantum Blackbox Model for Electro-              Fotini Karinou1, Ioannis Roudas1, Kyriakos
Matsuura, Hung Nguyen Tan, Naoto Kishi;        Preetpaul S. Devgan2, John F. Diehl2, Chris-         1
                                                                                                     Univ. of Bologna, Italy, 2DTU Fotonik, Tech-    Optical Phase Modulation, José Capmany1,         Vlachos1, Constantinos S. Petrou1, Athanasios
Univ. of Electro-Communications, Japan. We     topher E. Sunderman2, Keith J. Williams2;            nical Univ. of Denmark, Denmark, 3Andrew         Carlos R. Fernández-Pousa 2; 1Univ. Poli-        Vgenis1, Roe B. Hemenway2; 1Dept. of Elec-
experimentally demonstrate, simultaneous       1
                                                Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, USA, 2NRL, USA.       Wireless Systems Srl, Italy. Reducing gain       técnica de Valencia, Spain, 2Univ. Miguel        trical Engineering, Univ. of Patras, Greece,
all-optical wavelength conversion for mul-     Use of a microcontroller-based bias board            fluctuations in Short Range Radio over           Hernández, Spain. We present, for the first
                                                                                                                                                                                                      2
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Corning, Inc., USA. We experimentally
tichannel polarization-shift keying (PolSK)    for balanced photodiodes improves even-              Multimode Fiber Links requires Central                                                            study the performance of wavelength-space




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wednesday, March 24
                                                                                                                                                     time, a blackbox model characterizing the
signal using four-wave-mixing in highly        order distortion cancellation due to voltage         Launch. Furthermore, the quality of today’s      quantum optical phase modulation opera-          optical packet switching in an optimized
non-linear fiber. The proposed multichan-      dependent responsivity nonlinearities.               optical connectors gives importance to the       tion in terms of a unitary scattering operator   supercomputer optical interconnect based
nel wavelength converter can realize channel   The bias board improves the second order             combined effect of finite detecting area and     which excludes the unphysical negative           on cascades of arrayed waveguide gratings
group-delay and polarization-insensitive       intermodulation distortion in balanced               laser frequency chirp.                           frequencies.                                     and semiconductor optical amplifiers as
operation among the channels.                  photodiodes by 8.3 dB.                                                                                                                                 on-off gates.
                                                                                                    JWA57                                            JWA60
JWA51                                          JWA54                                                Multi-Service Multi-Carrier Broadband            Efficient Generation and Control of High-        JWA63
Optoelectronic Generation of Millimeter-       Experimental Analyses and Optimization               MIMO Distributed Antenna Systems                 er Order Orbital Angular Momentum                Assessment of Optical Switching in Data
Wave White-Light at W-Band with Very-          of Equalization Techniques for 60-GHz                for in-Building Optical Wireless Access,         States for Classical and Quantum Com-            Center Networks, Xiaohui Ye, Yawei Yin,
Fast Sweeping Rate by Use of High-Power        OFDM Radio-over-Fiber System, Cheng                  Arshad M. Chowdhury, Hung-Chang Chien,           munication Process, Sergei Slussarenko,          Dan Ding, Samuel Johnson, Venkatesh Ake-
and Broadband Photonic Emitters, F.-M.         Liu1, Wei Jian1,2, Hung-Chang Chien1, Arshad         Jian Wei, Gee-Kung Chang; Georgia Tech,          Ebrahim Karimi, Bruno Piccirillo, Lorenzo        lla, S. J. B. Yoo; Univ. of California at Davis,
Kuo, Jin-Wei Shi, Hsuan Ju Tsai, Nan-Wei       Chowdhury1, Gee-Kung Chang1; 1Georgia                USA. Mechanism to simultaneously trans-          Marrucci, Enrico Santamato; Univ. of Naples      USA. We propose a scalable optical switch-
Chen, Mount-Learn Wu; Natl. Central Univ.,     Tech, USA, 2Beijing Univ. of Posts and Tele-         mit broadband multi-service multi-carrier        Federico-II, Italy. We present a novel method    ing architecture towards contention-free
Taiwan. By using photonic emitters and fast-   communications, China. We experimentally             MIMO DAS for in-building optical-wireless        to encode and read two bits information on       interconnection for data center networks.
scanning lasers at 1.55μm wavelengths, we      investigated transmission performance of             access is proposed. It does not require nar-     the 4-D orbital angular momentum space.          The simulations show it can support higher
generated very-flat spectra at 75-110GHz       16QAM-OFDM signal over 25-km fiber and               rowband bandpass filters, thus upgrading         This process can be easily modified for          load and throughput with significantly lower
with a thirty times faster scanning-rate       5-m air-link using 60GHz-ROF technology.             non-MIMO services or adding new MIMO             encoding three bits ofinformation on the         latency compared to today’s commercial
(35GHz/ms), much lower driving-voltage,        It is the first time that the details of optimal     services would be cost-effective.                spin-orbit space.                                Ethernet switches.
and comparable power than those of tunable     equalization technique for 60GHz OFDM-
MMW oscillator.                                ROF system are presented.                            JWA58                                            Beyond Telecom and Datacom:                      JWA64
                                                                                                    Linear Reconfigurable Chirp Control in                                                            Low-Cost and High-Capacity Short-Range
                                                                                                                                                     Optical Interconnects for the
JWA52                                          JWA55                                                Photonic Generation of High-Frequency                                                             Optical Interconnects Using Graded-
                                                                                                                                                     Computercom Era Symposium
Harmonic Distortion in Slow Light SOA          A Novel Carrier-Eliminated Optical                   Microwave Pulses, Reza Ashrafi, Yongwoo                                                           Index Plastic Optical Fiber, Eduward
Based Microwave Photonic Phase Shifters,       Millimeter-Wave Generation Using a                   Park, José Azaña; INRS, Canada. A fiber-                                                          Tangdiongga1, Hejie Yang1, Jeffrey Lee1, Chigo
                                                                                                                                                     JWA61
Ivana Gasulla, Juan Sancho, Juan Lloret,       Single over-Driven Phase Modulator,                  based approach for linear chirp control in                                                        Okonkwo1, Henrie van den Boom1, Sebastian
                                                                                                                                                     Building Large Scale Networks Using
Salvador Sales, José Capmany; ITEAM Res.       Hung-Chang Chien, Yu-Ting Hsueh, Arshad              optically-generated microwave pulses is                                                           Randel2, Ton Koonen1; 1COBRA Res. Inst.,
                                                                                                                                                     Power Efficient Nanophotonic Crossbars,
Inst., Univ. Politécnica de Valencia, Spain.   Chowdhury, Gee-Kung Chang; Georgia Tech,             proposed and demonstrated. Linear chirp                                                           Eindhoven Univ. of Technology, Netherlands,
                                                                                                                                                     Randy Morris Jr., Avinash K. Kodi; Ohio
We present a theoretical and experimental      USA. A carrier-eliminated 40-GHz optical             reconfigurability, including positive, nega-                                                      2
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Siemens AG, Germany. We demonstrate
                                                                                                                                                     Univ., USA. We propose two power efficient
evaluation of any general order harmonic       mm-wave generated by over-driving a phase            tive and zero chirp rates, is achieved by tun-                                                    a transmission rate of 51.8 Gb/s over
                                                                                                                                                     nanophotonic crossbar implementations
distortion in a SFL phase shifter based on     modulator is first proposed. Error-free              ing the relative delay in a interferometer.                                                       100-meters of perfluorinated multimode
                                                                                                                                                     for a 256-core nanophotonic NoC called
CPO in a SOA and propose different optical     transmission over 10-km SMF-28 and 3-m                                                                                                                 graded-index plastic optical fiber using
                                                                                                                                                     E-PROPEL. Our results indicate E-PROPEL
filtering implementations for distortion-      wireless is successfully demonstrated with a                                                                                                           discrete multitone modulation. The results
                                                                                                                                                     consumes 3× less power and increases per-
free design.                                   highly relaxed bandwidth requirement for                                                                                                               prove suitability of plastic fibers for low-cost
                                                                                                                                                     formance by 2× when compared to leading
                                               sideband optical filtering.                                                                                                                            high-capacity optical interconnects.
                                                                                                                                                     electrical networks.




                                                                                     12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m.                Lunch Break (on your own)




                                                                                         OFC/NFOEC 2010                •     March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                           95
                                      Room 1A                                        Room 1B                                         Room 2                                         Room 6C                                        Room 6D

                                                                                                                                      OFC
                      1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                             1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                           1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                              1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                            1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
                      OWK • Microstructured and                       OWL • Fiber Optic Sensors                     OWM • Advanced Networking                        OWN • Detectors and                            OWO • Beyond 100G
                      Multicore Fibers                                Clay Kirkendall; NRL, USA,                    Technologies                                     Modulators                                     Transmission
                      David Richardson; Optoelectronics               Presider                                      Milorad Cvijetic; NEC Corp., USA,                Jin-Wei Shi; Natl. Central Univ.,              Masahito Tomizawa; NTT Network
                      Res. Ctr., Univ. of Southampton,                                                              Presider                                         Taiwan, Presider                               Innovation Labs, Japan, Presider
                      UK, Presider
                      OWK1 • 1:00 p.m.                                OWL1 • 1:00 p.m.          Invited             OWM1 • 1:00 p.m.                                 OWN1 • 1:00 p.m.                               OWO1 • 1:00 p.m.           Tutorial
                      Reducing Spectral Attenuation in Solid-         New Prospects for Poled Fibre Technol-        Ring Topology Based Mesh Sensing System          High-Linearity Modified Uni-Traveling          OFDM for Adaptive Ultra High-Speed
                      Core Photonic Crystal Fibers, Itandehui         ogy in Frequency Doubling and Sensing,        with Self-Healing Function Using FBGs            Carrier Photodiodes, Huapu Pan, Yang Fu,       Optical Networks, William Shieh; Univ. of
                      Gris-Sánchez, Brian J. Mangan, Jonathan         Simon Fleming, Honglin An, Andrew Michie;     and AWG, Chung-Yu Wu 1, Feng-Cheng               Zhi Li, Joe C. Campbell; Univ. of Virginia,
Wednesday, March 24




                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Melbourne, Australia. In this tutorial, we
                      C. Knight; Univ. of Bath, UK. We describe       Univ. of Sydney, Australia. Second order      Kuo2, Kai-Ming Feng1,2, Peng-Chung Peng3;        USA. We report novel InGaAs/InP modi-          review the fundamentals of optical OFDM
                      the effects of fabrication process timing       nonlinearity can be created in silica fiber   1
                                                                                                                      Inst. of Communications Engineering, Natl.     fied uni-traveling carrier photodiodes with    and its various applications. We show how
                      and preform exposure to atmospheric air         by poling. Practical electrooptic switches    Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan, 2Inst. of Photonics     record linearity. At low frequencies the       the introduction of optical OFDM may have
                      on spectral attenuation in photonic crystal     have been elusive. This paper describes new   Technologies, Natl. Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan,     third-order output intercept point (OIP3)      profound impact on the future adaptive ultra
                      fibers. The lowest attenuation is achieved by   developments demonstrating real prospects     3
                                                                                                                      Dept. of Electro-Optical Engineering, Natl.    is 55 dBm and remains as high as 47.5 dBm      high-speed optical networks.
                      rapid processing.                               for applications in sensing and second har-   Taipei Univ. of Technology, Taiwan. We           at 20 GHz.
                                                                      monic generation.                             propose and experimentally demonstrate a
                                                                                                                    novel sensing system based on FBG sensors
                                                                                                                    with comprehensive self-healing capability
                                                                                                                    in a mesh-ring-based topology by utilizing
                                                                                                                    the FSR and periodic filtering characteristics
                                                                                                                    of the AWG.




                      OWK2 • 1:15 p.m.                                                                              OWM2 • 1:15 p.m.                                 OWN2 • 1:15 p.m.                               William Shieh received the M.S. degree in
                      A Broadband Ultra-Low Loss All-Solid                                                          Simultaneous 3 x 10-Gbps Optical Data            Horizontal p-i-n High-Speed Ge Wave-           electrical engineering and the Ph.D. degree
                      Photonic Bandgap Fiber, Huifeng Wei1,                                                         Transmission in 1-μm, C-, and L-Wave-            guide Detector on Large Cross-Section          in physics from the University of Southern
                      Pei-guang Yan2, Su Chen1, Weijun Tong1, Jie                                                   bands over a Single Holey Fiber for              SOI Waveguide, Dazeng Feng 1, Shirong          California, Los Angles, in 1994 and 1996,
                      Luo1, Shuang-chen Ruan2; 1Yangtze Optical                                                     Ultrabroad-Waveband Photonic Trans-              Liao1, Po Dong1, Ning-Ning Feng1, Dawei        respectively. From 1996 to 1998, he worked
                      Fiber and Cable Co., Ltd., China, 2Shenzhen                                                   port System, Naokatsu Yamamoto1, Yu Omi-         Zheng1, Hong Liang1, Roshanak Shafiiha1,       in the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California.
                      Key Lab of Laser Engineering, Shenzhen                                                        gawa2, Kouichi Akahane1, Tetsuya Kawani-         Guoliang Li2, Jack Cunningham2, Kannan         From 1998 to 2000, he worked in Bell Labs,
                      Univ., China. We describe the fabrication                                                     shi1, Hideyuki Sotobayashi1,2; 1NICT, Japan,     Raj2, Ashok V. Krishnamoorthy2, Mehdi As-      Lucent Technologies, New Jersey. From 2000
                      and characteristic of an all-solid photonic                                                   2
                                                                                                                     Aoyama Gakuin Univ., Japan. Simultaneous        ghari1; 1Kotura Inc., USA, 2Sun Microsystems   to 2003, he worked in Dorsal Networks,
                      bandgap fiber with loss as low as 0.41dB/km                                                   3 × 10-Gbps error-free photonic transmis-        Inc., USA. We report a novel high-speed        Maryland. Since 2004, he has been with
                      at 1550nm within the first-order bandgap.                                                     sions with clear eye-openings are demon-         Ge photodetector on large cross-section        Department of Electrical and Electronic
                      The control of bandgaps, dispersion and                                                       strated in the 1-μm, C-, and L-wavebands         SOI waveguide platform. A very compact         Engineering, University of Melbourne,
                      bend characteristic has been investigated.                                                    by using an ultrabroad-waveband photonic         Ge detector with active area of 0.8x10 μm2,    Melbourne, Australia. His current research
                                                                                                                    transport system comprising a 3.3-km-long        greater than 32GHz optical bandwidth, and      interests include OFDM techniques in
                                                                                                                    holey fiber transmission line.                   responsivity of 1.1A/W is demonstrated.        both wireless and optical communications,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    coherent optical communication systems,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    and optical packet switching.




         96                                                                                                OFC/NFOEC 2010              •     March 21–25, 2010
               Room 6E                                       Room 6F                                       Room 7                                           Room 8                                           Room 9

                                                               OFC                                                                                                                 NFOEC
1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                           1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                           1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                            1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.                              1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m.
OWP • Wavelength Conversion                   OWQ • Integrated Optical and                  OWR • Network Architecture                     NWA • Advanced Network                           NWB • Access Networks
Ernesto Ciaramella; Scuola                    Wireless Access                               and Control II                                 Applications                                     Frank J. Effenberger; Huawei
Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy, Presider          Dalma Novak; Pharad LLC, USA,                 Anjali Agarwal; Telcordia                      Stevan E. Plote; Opnext, Inc., USA,              Technologies, USA, Presider
                                              Presider                                      Technologies, USA, Presider                    Presider

OWP1 • 1:00 p.m.                              OWQ1 • 1:00 p.m.          Invited             OWR1 • 1:00 p.m.          Invited              NWA1 • 1:00 p.m.                                 NWB1 • 1:00 p.m.
1.28 Tb/s Wavelength Conversion for           Integrated Optical and Wireless Access/       Next Generation Transport Network              Digital Video Bandwidth Requirements             A Symmetric 320Gb/s Capable, 100km
Polarisation Multiplexed RZ-DPSK Sig-         Metro Networks, Chunming Qiao1, Jian-         Architecture, Ken-ichi Sato; Nagoya Univ.,     for Large Flat-Panel Televisions, A. B.          Extended Reach Hybrid DWDM-TDMA
nals, Hao Hu, Evarist Palushani, Michael      ping Wang2, Ting Wang3; 1SUNY Buffalo,        Japan. This paper discusses the prospects of   Ruffin; Corning, Inc., USA. Consumer ex-         PON, Peter Ossieur 1 , Cleitus Antony 1 ,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Wednesday, March 24
Galili, Hans Christian Hansen Mulvad,         USA, 2Computer Science Dept., City Univ. of   and challenges facing the next generation      pectations for high quality high-definition      Alan Naughton1, Aisling Clarke1, Paul D.
Anders Clausen, Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe,         Hong Kong, China, 3NEC Labs America, Inc.,    transport network architectures. Enhance-      programming will place greater demand            Townsend1, Heinz-Georg Krimmel2, Tine De
Palle Jeppesen; DTU Fotonik, Technical        USA. This paper discusses several protocol    ments expected in optical path technologies    on access networks as flat-panel display         Ridder3, Xing-Zhi Qiu3, Cedric Melange3,
Univ. of Denmark, Denmark. All-optical        issues in an integrated PON plus a wireless   are highlighted and state-of-the-art key       sizes increase. Herein, we investigate the       Anna Borghesani4, Dave Moodie4, Alistair
wavelength conversion for single wavelength   mesh network, and designs for supporting      enabling technologies are demonstrated.        bandwidth requirements to deliver high           Poustie4, Richard Wyatt4, Bob Harmon4, Ian
channel 1.28-Tb/s polarisation multiplexed    direct inter-ONU and wireless peer-to-peer                                                   quality HD viewing experience for larger         Lealman4, Graeme Maxwell4, Dave Rogers4,
RZ-DPSK signals was demonstrated using        communications, and collaborative mobile                                                     displays.                                        David W. Smith4; 1Tyndall Natl. Inst., Univ.
a 100-m polarisation-maintaining highly       cellular systems.                                                                                                                             College Cork, Ireland, 2Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lu-
nonlinear fibre (PM-HNLF). Error free                                                                                                                                                       cent, Germany, 3INTEC/IMEC, Ghent Univ.,
performance for the converted signal was                                                                                                                                                    Belgium, 4Ctr. for Integrated Photonics, UK.
achieved.                                                                                                                                                                                   We demonstrate a DWDM-TDMA PON
                                                                                                                                                                                            with symmetric 320Gb/s capacity shared
                                                                                                                                                                                            between 16384 customers. The upstream
                                                                                                                                                                                            channels were tested in burst-mode and fea-
                                                                                                                                                                                            ture low-cost tuneable lasers, monolithically
                                                                                                                                                                                            integrated SOA-EAMs, burst-mode EDFAs
                                                                                                                                                                                            and a 10Gb/s burst-mode receiver.

OWP2 • 1:15 p.m.                                                                                                                           NWA2 • 1:20 p.m.                                 NWB2 • 1:20 p.m.
Polarization Independent Dual Wave-                                                                                                        Adaptive Self-Reconfigurable Network             IEEE 802.3av™-2009 10G-EPON and
length Converter Based on FWM in a                                                                                                         to Create Cost-Effective Bandwidth-on-           Support for Loss Budgets beyond 29dB,
Single Semiconductor Optical Amplifier,                                                                                                    Demand Services, Masahiro Nakagawa1,             Marek Hajduczenia1,2, Henrique J. A. da
Cristiano M. Gallep1,2, Oded Raz2, Harmen                                                                                                  Hiroshi Hasegawa1, Ken-ichi Sato1, Tomonori      Silva2; 1ZTE Corp., Portugal, 2Inst. de Tele-
J. S. Dorren 2; 1State Univ. of Campinas,                                                                                                  Takeda2, Kohei Shiomoto2; 1Nagoya Univ.,         comunicações, Univ. de Coimbra, Portugal.
Brazil, 2COBRA Res. Inst., Eindhoven Univ.                                                                                                 Japan, 2NTT Network Service Systems Labs,        The recently approved 10G-EPON support
of Technology, Netherlands. We present                                                                                                     Japan. We propose a novel path-provision-        the maximum loss budget of 29dB. Through
a FWM-based dual channel wavelength                                                                                                        ing algorithm that can cost-effectively create   straightforward reconfiguration of existing
converter in an SOA with very small varia-                                                                                                 bandwidth-on-demand services. Its use of         PMD components, 32dB loss budget can
tions in conversion efficiency and a minor                                                                                                 the “make before break” rerouting technique      be supported (providing 1:512 split at ap-
polarization related power penalty of 0.9dB                                                                                                reduces blocking probability while prevent-      prox. 6.4km), exceeding G.987.2 XG-PON
between best and worst case of polariza-                                                                                                   ing service disruption.                          Nominal2 class.
tion states.




                                                                                   OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                        97
                                      Room 1A                                            Room 1B                                             Room 2                                         Room 6C                                 Room 6D

                                                                                                                                              OFC
                      OWK • Microstructured and                         OWL • Fiber Optic Sensors—                          OWM • Advanced Networking                        OWN • Detectors and                           OWO • Beyond 100G
                      Multicore Fibers—Continued                        Continued                                           Technologies—Continued                           Modulators—Continued                          Transmission—Continued
                      OWK3 • 1:30 p.m.                                  OWL2 • 1:30 p.m.                                    OWM3 • 1:30 p.m.                                 OWN3 • 1:30 p.m.         Invited
                      10 Gbit/s Photonic Crystal Fiber Trans-           40 km Long-Range Raman-Based Distrib-               Hardware Accelerated Impairment Aware            CMOS-Integrated Low-Noise Germanium
                      missions with 1.1 μm Directly-Modulated           uted Temperature Sensor with Meter-Scale            Control Plane, Yixuan Qin1, Yvan Pointuri-       Waveguide Avalanche Photodetector
                      Single-Mode VCSEL, Kengo Koizumi,                 Spatial Resolution, Alessandro Signorini1,          er2, Eduard Escalona1, Siamak Azodolmolky2,      Operating at 40Gbps, Solomon Assefa,
                      Masato Yoshida, Toshihiko Hirooka, Masa-          Stefano Faralli1, Marcelo A. Soto1, Giovanni        Marianna Angelou2, Ioannis Tomkos2, Kostas       Fengnian Xia, Yurii Vlasov; IBM T.J. Wat-
                      taka Nakazawa; Res. Inst. of Electrical           Sacchi2, Federico Baronti3, Roberto Barsac-         Ramantas3, Kyriakos Vlachos3, Reza Neja-         son Res. Ctr., USA. Germanium waveguide
                      Communication, Tohoku Univ., Japan. We            chi3, Andrea Lazzeri3, Roberto Roncella3,           bati1, Dimitra Simeonidou1; 1Univ. of Essex,     avalanche photodiode with 10dB gain and
                      demonstrate a 10-Gbit/s transmission              Gabriele Bolognini1, Fabrizio Di Pasquale1;         UK, 2Athens Information Technology, Greece,      excess noise factor with keff below 0.2 was
Wednesday, March 24




                      over a 5-km photonic crystal fiber in the         1
                                                                         Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy, 2Fibersens      3
                                                                                                                              Univ. of Patras, Greece. This paper presents   demonstrated. Gain-bandwidth-product
                      1.1 μm band using a directly-modulated            S.r.l., Italy, 3Univ. degli Studi di Pisa, Italy.   a hardware accelerated QoT estimation tool       above 350GHz was achieved at voltages
                      single-mode VCSEL. The transmission               We propose a new Raman based distributed            used in the DICONET impairment-aware             around 3V. The avalanche photodetector
                      distance was extended to 14 km by using an        measurement technique which allows for              optical network. Performance evaluation is       was monolithically integrated into front-
                      ytterbium-doped fiber amplifier.                  temperature sensing over nearly 40 km of            given by examining different network sce-        end CMOS.
                                                                        graded index multimode optical fiber with           narios in terms of network size and number
                                                                        meter-scale spatial resolution and tempera-         of wavelengths.
                                                                        ture accuracy better than 3°C.

                      OWK4 • 1:45 p.m.                                  OWL3 • 1:45 p.m.                                    OWM4 • 1:45 p.m.
                      Octagonal Large-Mode-Area Leakage                 All-Fiber Optical Magnetic Field Sensor             Implementation of High-Speed Buffer
                      Channel Fiber with Reduced Bending                Based on Faraday Rotation, Lei Sun1,2,              Management for Asynchronous Variable-
                      Loss, Lorenzo Rosa1, Kunimasa Saitoh1,            Shibin Jiang3, John Marciante1,2; 1Inst. of Op-     Length Optical Packet Switch, Hideaki Fu-
                      Masanori Koshiba 1, Federica Poli 2, An-          tics, Univ. of Rochester, USA, 2Lab for Laser       rukawa1, Hiroaki Harai1, Masataka Ohta1,2,
                      namaria Cucinotta2, Stefano Selleri2, Luca        Energetics, Univ. of Rochester, USA, 3AdValue       Naoya Wada1; 1NICT, Japan, 2Tokyo Inst. of
                      Vincetti3, Mrinmay Pal4, Mukul Paul4, De-         Photonics Inc., USA. An all-fiber optical           Technology, Japan. We develop an FPGA-
                      bashri Ghosh4, Shyamal Bhadra4; 1Hokkaido         magnetic field sensor with a sensitivity of         based buffer management hardware with
                      Univ., Japan, 2Univ. of Parma, Italy, 3Univ. of   0.45 rad/T is demonstrated. It consists of          8 input ports, which implements a parallel
                      Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy, 4Central Glass     a fiber Faraday rotator (56-wt.%-terbium-           and pipeline mechanism to support over-
                      and Ceramic Res. Inst., India. We investigate     doped silica fiber) and a fiber polarizer           200-Mpacket/s/port asynchronous variable-
                      a novel design for high-power large-mode-         (Corning SP1060 fiber).                             length optical packet switching. Optical
                      area leakage channel fibers (LCFs) with                                                               buffering for asynchronous variable-length
                      a single octagonal dual-diameter air-hole                                                             packets is demonstrated.
                      ring encircling a nine-cell pure-silica core,
                      having a tenfold differential mode loss and
                      increased resistance to bending.



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         98                                                                                                       OFC/NFOEC 2010               •     March 21–25, 2010
               Room 6E                                        Room 6F                                        Room 7                                         Room 8                                       Room 9

                                                                OFC                                                                                                              NFOEC
OWP • Wavelength                               OWQ • Integrated Optical and                   OWR • Network Architecture                     NWA • Advanced Network                       NWB • Access Networks—
Conversion—Continued                           Wireless Access—Continued                      and Control II—Continued                       Applications—Continued                       Continued
OWP3 • 1:30 p.m.                               OWQ2 • 1:30 p.m.                               OWR2 • 1:30 p.m.
160-Gb/s Tunable All-Optical Phase-            Enabling Passive Interfaces for Integrated     On the Benefit of Fast Switching in Optical
Transparent Wavelength Conversion              Optical and Wireless Access Networks,          Networks, Chunming Qiao1, Miguel-Ángel
through Cascaded SFG-DFG in a Linear-          Christina Lim1, Ka-Lun Lee1, An Tran2, Rod     González-Ortega2, Andrés Suárez-González2,
Chirped PPLN Waveguide, Guo-Wei Lu1,           Tucker1; 1ARC Special Res. Ctr. for Ultra-     Xin Liu1, José-Carlos López-Ardao2; 1SUNY
Satoshi Shinada1, Hideaki Furukawa1, Naoya     Broadband Information Networks, Univ. of       Buffalo, USA, 2Univ. of Vigo, Spain. Though
Wada1, Tetsuya Miyazaki1, Hiromasa Ito2,3;     Melbourne, Australia, 2Natl. ICT Australia,    the benefit of wavelength switching in
1
 NICT, Japan, 2RIKEN, Japan, 3Tohoku Univ.,    Univ. of Melbourne, Australia. We propose      WDM networks is well understood, that of




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Wednesday, March 24
Japan. We experimentally demonstrate a         passive interfaces for integrated optical-     fast switching at packet/burst level is not.
160-Gb/s tunable and phase-transparent         wireless access networks incorporating         We show that fast switching can further
wavelength conversion using cSFG-DFG           optical-tandem-single-sideband (OTSSB)         reduce wavelength resources and OEO
in a linear-chirped PPLN. Thanks to the        modulation scheme. The performance of          conversion.
enhanced conversion bandwidth, no any          the interfaces is evaluated experimentally
optical equalizer was required to compen-      with OTSSB and VCSEL for simultaneous
sate the spectrum distortion.                  transport of wired and wireless signals.


OWP4 • 1:45 p.m.                               OWQ3 • 1:45 p.m.                               OWR3 • 1:45 p.m.                               NWA3 • 1:40 p.m.         Invited             NWB3 • 1:40 p.m.
Arbitrary Wavelength Conversion in En-         Selective Multicast in a Dynamic Wave-         Cloud Computing over Light-Trail WDM           Google Optical Network, Cedric Lam;          128 x 8 Split and 60 km Long-Reach PON
tire CL-Band Based on Pump-Wavelength-         length Router for DWDM Converged               Core Networks, Prasad Gokhale, Tamal           Google, USA. We review the optical commu-    Transmission Using 27 dB-Gain Hybrid
Tunable FWM in a HNLF, Masanori Taka-          Wired/Wireless Access Networks, Gustavo        Das, Ashwin A. Gumaste; Indian Inst. of        nication technologies required to support    Burst-Mode Optical Fiber Amplifier and
hashi, Shigehiro Takasaka, Ryuichi Sugizaki,   Puerto, José Mora, Beatriz Ortega, José Cap-   Technology, Bombay, India. Light-trail a       data center operations and warehouse-scale   Commercial Giga-Bit PON System, Ken-
Takeshi Yagi; Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.,     many; ITEAM Res. Inst., Univ. Politécnica de   spatial sub-wavelength optical grooming        computing.                                   Ichi Suzuki, Masamichi Fujiwara, Takeshi
Japan. Pump-wavelength-tunable FWM             Valencia, Spain. Transmission of selective     solution for WDM networks facilitates dy-                                                   Imai, Naoto Yoshimoto, Hisaya Hadama;
was demonstrated using a zero dispersion       multicast services has been demonstrated       namic bandwidth provisioning and optical                                                    NTT Access Service Systems Labs, NTT
and dispersion slope HNLF. Signal in           in a cost-effective dynamic channel al-        multicasting - essential for cloud computing                                                Corp., Japan. We demonstrate 128 x 8 split
CL-band was converted to any wavelength        location router. The approach envisions        services. We evaluate through simulations                                                   and 60 km long-reach PON transmission
in entire CL-band and measured power           heterogeneous infrastructures with unicast,    a novel protocol for cloud computing over                                                   using a hybrid burst-mode OFA and a com-
penalties were less than 1dB for 10Gbit/s      broadcast and multicast-related functions      light-trails.                                                                               mercial G-PON system. Our hybrid burst-
NRZ signals.                                   on a radio over fiber access network.                                                                                                      mode OFA successfully achieves 27-dB gain
                                                                                                                                                                                          and 16.5-dB dynamic range.




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                                                                                     OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                99
                                     Room 1A                                        Room 1B                                         Room 2                                         Room 6C                                          Room 6D

                                                                                                                                     OFC
                      OWK • Microstructured and                      OWL • Fiber Optic Sensors—                     OWM • Advanced Networking                      OWN • Detectors and                               OWO • Beyond 100G
                      Multicore Fibers—Continued                     Continued                                      Technologies—Continued                         Modulators—Continued                              Transmission—Continued
                      OWK5 • 2:00 p.m.            Invited            OWL4 • 2:00 p.m.          Tutorial             OWM5 • 2:00 p.m.           Tutorial            OWN4 • 2:00 p.m.                                  OWO2 • 2:00 p.m.
                      Actively Doped Solid Core Photonic             Fibre Optic Sensors in Structural Health       Recent Progress on OTDM Terabit/s              Transceiver Modules Utilizing Travelling-         Efficient Digital Coherent Detection of
                      Bandgap Fiber, Jes Broeng1, Christina B.       Monitoring, José Miguel López-Higuera;         Transmission and Their Future, Toshihiko       Wave Electro-Absorption Modulator,                A 1.2-Tb/s 24-Carrier No-Guard-Interval
                      Olausson1, Jens K. Lyngsø 1, Hiroki Mar-       Photonics Engineering Group, Univ. of          Hirooka; Tohoku Univ., Japan. We review        Marek Chacinski1, Urban Westergren1, Björn        CO-OFDM Signal by Simultaneously
                      uyama2, Ken-ichi Ueda2; 1NKT Photonics,        Cantabria, Spain. The main fiber optic         recent advances toward 1-Tbit/s/channel        Stoltz2, Rachid Driad3, Robert E. Makon3,         Detecting Multiple Carriers Per Sampling,
                      Denmark, 2Inst. for Laser Science, Univ.       and other non contact Photonic technolo-       OTDM transmission over long distances.         Volker Hurm3, Josef Rosenzweig3, Jie Li4,         Xiang Liu1, S. Chandrasekhar1, Benyuan
                      of Electro-Communications, Japan. Solid        gies used in Structural Health Monitoring      Key technologies for femtosecond pulse gen-    Andreas G. Steffan5; 1Kista Photonic Res. Ctr.,   Zhu2, David W. Peckham2; 1Bell Labs, Alcatel-
                      photonic bandgap fibers offer distributed      (PSHM) will be reviewed, several case study    eration, transmission, and demultiplexing      Royal Inst. of Technology (KTH), Sweden,          Lucent, USA, 2OFS Labs, USA. We experi-
Wednesday, March 24




                      spectral filtering with extraordinarily high   and several additional sector applications     are presented. Future prospects for advanced   2
                                                                                                                                                                     Syntune AB, Sweden, 3Fraunhofer Inst. for       mentally demonstrate efficient detection
                      suppression. This opens new possibilities      addressed and, finally, the conclusions will   OTDM transmission employing multi-level        Applied Solid State Physics (IAF), Germany,       of a 1.2-Tb/s 24-carrier NGI-CO-OFDM
                      of artificially tailoring the gain spectrum    be summarized.                                 RZ-QAM will also be described.                 4
                                                                                                                                                                     Acreo AB, Sweden, 5u2t Photonics AG, Swe-       signal with 12.5-Gbaud PDM-QPSK carrier-
                      of fibers. We present record-performance                                                                                                     den. Electro-Absorption-Transceiver (EAT)         modulation by simultaneously recovering 2
                      of such fibers and outline their future                                                                                                      structures used as efficient Travelling-Wave-     or 3 carriers per 50-GSamples/s-sampling,
                      applications.                                                                                                                                Electro-Absorption-Modulator (TWEAM)              and show its performance after transmitting
                                                                                                                                                                   and as Travelling-Wave-Photo-Detector             the signal over 7,200 km.
                                                                                                                                                                   (TWPD) are investigated. Clear eye-open-
                                                                                                                                                                   ings at 100Gb/s for operation as modulator
                                                                                                                                                                   and/or as detector, and 80Gb/s transmission
                                                                                                                                                                   between a pair of EATs, are presented.

                                                                                                                                                                   OWN5 • 2:15 p.m.                                  OWO3 • 2:15 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                   80-Gb/s Optical MSK Generation Using              650 Gbit/s OTDM Transmission over 80
                                                                                                                                                                   a Monolithically Integrated Quad-Mach-            km SSMF Incorporating Clock Recovery,
                                                                                                                                                                   Zehnder IQ Modulator, Guo-Wei Lu 1,               Channel Identification and Demultiplex-
                                                                     José Miguel López-Higuera is a full Profes-    Toshihiko Hirooka received a Ph.D. degree      Takahide Sakamoto1, Akito Chiba1, Tetsuya         ing in a Polarisation Insensitive Receiver,
                                                                     sor and the Head of the Photonic Engineer-     in electronics and information systems         Kawanishi 1, Tetsuya Miyazaki 1, Kaoru            Michael Galili 1, Hans Christian Hansen
                                                                     ing Group of the University of Cantabria.      engineering from Osaka University, Osaka,      Higuma2, Junichiro Ichikawa2; 1NICT, Japan,       Mulvad1, Hao Hu1, Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe1,
                                                                     Presently, he works in the development of      Japan in 2000. From 2000 to 2002, he was a     2
                                                                                                                                                                    New Technology Res. Labs, Sumitomo Osaka         Fausto Gómez Agis2, Cedric Ware2, Didier
                                                                     Photonic techniques and Instrumentation        research associate at the Department of Ap-    Cement, Japan. An optical MSK transmitter         Erasme2, Anders Thomas Clausen1, Palle
                                                                     and Optical Fiber Sensor for characteriza-     plied Mathematics, University of Colorado      was experimentally demonstrated using a           Jeppesen1; 1DTU Fotonik, Technical Univ. of
                                                                     tion and monitoring of processes, materials    at Boulder, CO. He is currently an associ-     single monolithically integrated high-speed       Denmark, Denmark, 2TELECOM ParisTech,
                                                                     and structures of a wide set of application    ate professor at the Research Institute of     quad-MZ IQ modulator. An 80-Gb/s binary           LTCI CNRS, France. Error free low penalty
                                                                     sector. He has directed more than 50 R&D       Electrical Communication (RIEC), Tohoku        MSK with compact spectrum was generated           650 Gbit/s OTDM transmission is demon-


                                       
                            Thank you for
                                                                     projects, written or co-written more than
                                                                     400 publications and obtained more than
                                                                     10 patents. He is currently a TPC member
                                                                     of several conferences, was the chairman of
                                                                                                                    University, Sendai, Japan. He has been en-
                                                                                                                    gaged in research on ultrahigh-speed optical
                                                                                                                    communications and nonlinear fiber optics,
                                                                                                                    including OTDM transmission, optical soli-
                                                                                                                                                                   using the proposed transmitter with elec-
                                                                                                                                                                   tronics designed for 40-Gb/s systems.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     strated using a polarisation independent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     receiver based on FWM for demultiplexing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Spectral shaping in the transmitter and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     filtering in the receiver are used for clock
                                                                     the EWOFS04, is the co-chairman of the         tons, and photonic crystal fibers.                                                               extraction.
                                                                     OFS20 and will be chairman of the OFS23
                        attending OFC/NFOEC.                         conferences. He is a member of IEEE (se-
                                                                     nior), OSA and SPIE.
                             Look for your
                        post-conference survey
                         via email and let us
                         know your thoughts
                           on the program.




 100                                                                                                       OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010
                Room 6E                                         Room 6F                                           Room 7                                           Room 8                                        Room 9

                                                                  OFC                                                                                                                     NFOEC
OWP • Wavelength                                OWQ • Integrated Optical and                      OWR • Network Architecture                       NWA • Advanced Network                          NWB • Access Networks—
Conversion—Continued                            Wireless Access—Continued                         and Control II—Continued                         Applications—Continued                          Continued
OWP5 • 2:00 p.m.                                OWQ4 • 2:00 p.m.                                  OWR4 • 2:00 p.m.                                                                                 NWB4 • 2:00 p.m.          Invited
First 80-Gb/s and 160-Gb/s Wavelength-          Using Wavelength Splitting at the Remote          Multi-Service MAC-Enabled OBS Net-                                                               Status of Next-Gen Access Networks in
Converted Data Stream Measurements in           Node to Mitigate Rayleigh Backscattering          works, Joan Triay 1 , Georgios Zervas 2 ,                                                        Europe, Bruno Capelle; France Telecom,
a Silicon Waveguide, Noam Ophir1, Alek-         for Optical Wired and Wireless Access             Cristina Cervelló-Pastor1, Reza Nejabati2,                                                       France. No abstract available.
sandr Biberman1, Amy C. Turner-Foster2,         Networks, C. W. Chow1, L. Xu2, F. Y. Shih1,       Dimitra Simeonidou2; 1Univ. Politècnica de
Mark A. Foster3, Michal Lipson2, Alexander L.   Y. F. Wu1, C. H. Yeh3, H. K. Tsang2, S. Chi1,4;   Catalunya, Spain, 2Univ. of Essex, UK. In this
Gaeta3, Keren Bergman1; 1Dept. of Electrical    1
                                                 Dept. of Photonics, Natl. Chiao Tung Univ.,      paper, a novel multi-service architectural
Engineering, Columbia Univ., USA, 2School       Taiwan, 2Dept. of Electronic Engineering,         solution based on a MAC protocol for mesh




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Wednesday, March 24
of Electrical and Computer Engineering,         Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong,            OBS networks is designed and the network
Cornell Univ., USA, 3School of Applied and      3
                                                 Information and Communications Res. Labs,        performance among TDM services and con-
Engineering Physics, Cornell Univ., USA.        Industrial Technology Res. Inst., Taiwan,         nectionless bursts transmissions is evaluated
Data fidelity is inspected for the first time   4
                                                 Dept. of Electro-Optical Engineering, Yuan       through simulations.
for wavelength-converted RZ TDM 80- and         Ze Univ., Taiwan. We demonstrate an opti-
160-Gb/s data using four-wave mixing in a       cal wired and wireless access network using
silicon waveguide. Open eye diagrams and        wavelength-splitting (WS) at remote-node.
error-free operation is shown for demulti-      A pair of CW carriers is generated from
plexed 10-Gb/s tributaries.                     each laser source for wired and wireless ap-
                                                plications respectively for effective Rayleigh-
                                                backscattering mitigation.

OWP6 • 2:15 p.m.                                OWQ5 • 2:15 p.m.                                  OWR5 • 2:15 p.m.                                 NWA4 • 2:20 p.m.
Demonstration of Polarization Insensitive       Demonstration of Simultaneous All-                On the Spectrum-Efficiency of Band-              Limitations for Applying Standard 10G
Wavelength Conversion of 112-Gb/s Po-           Optical Up-Conversion of Gigabit Wire-            width-Variable Optical OFDM Transport            Ethernet Sequence Order-Set in G.709
larization Multiplexed RZ-QPSK Signals          less Services at 60-GHz and 64-GHz                Networks, Wei Zheng, Yaohui Jin, Weiqiang        Core Transport Network, Nee Ben Gee, Pe-
Using Bismuth-Oxide-Based Nonlinear             in Converged Optical Wireless System              Sun, Wei Guo, Weisheng Hu; Shanghai Jiao         ter F. Hofmann; Verizon Inc., USA. Current
Optical Fiber with High SBS Threshold,          Carried by Single Wavelength Lightwave,           Tong Univ., China. We investigated the           lab assessment shows standard 10G Ethernet
Ming-Fang Huang1,2, Jianjun Yu1, Gee-Kung       Arshad M. Chowdhury, Hung-Chang Chien,            high spectrum efficiency property of the         link fault sequence ordered-set works as ex-
Chang2; 1NEC Labs America, Inc., USA,           Gee-Kung Chang; Georgia Tech, USA. All-           bandwidth-variable optical OFDM (BV-             pected between two direct attached clients.
2
 Georgia Tech, USA. Polarization insensitive    optical simultaneous up-conversion of             OOFDM) transport networks. In contrast           This paper evaluates the limitations applying
wavelength conversion by employing a dual       multiple, separate 1-Gb/s wireless services       to mixed-line-rate (MLR) networks, BV-           the same ordered-set by inserting transport
pump scheme in 112-Gb/s polarization-           at 60GHz and 64GHz mm-wave band car-              OOFDM enables flexible allocation and ef-        network between these clients.
multiplexed RZ-QPSK system has been real-       ried by one single lightwave for in-building      ficient utilization of the spectral resource.
ized by using a 2-m Bismuth-Oxide-based         radio-over-fiber based optical wireless ac-
nonlinear optical fiber (Bi-NLF) with high      cess system is proposed and experimentally
SBS threshold.                                  demonstrated.




                                                                                         OFC/NFOEC 2010              •     March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                101
                                      Room 1A                                  Room 1B                         Room 2                                  Room 6C                                         Room 6D

                                                                                                                OFC
                      OWK • Microstructured and                       OWL • Fiber Optic Sensors—   OWM • Advanced Networking            OWN • Detectors and                           OWO • Beyond 100G
                      Multicore Fibers—Continued                      Continued                    Technologies—Continued               Modulators—Continued                          Transmission—Continued
                      OWK6 • 2:30 p.m.                                                                                                  OWN6 • 2:30 p.m.            Invited           OWO4 • 2:30 p.m.
                      Investigation on Multi-Core Fibers with                                                                           Remote Amplified Modulators: Key              Single Channel, 200 Gb/s, Chromatic
                      Large Aeff and Low Micro Bending Loss,                                                                            Components for 10 Gb/s WDM PON,               Dispersion Precompensated 100 km
                      Katsunori Imamura, Kazunori Mukasa,                                                                               Christophe Kazmierski; Alcatel-Thales III-V   Transmission Using an Optical Arbitrary
                      Takeshi Yagi; Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.,                                                                        Lab, France. Amplified electro-absorption     Waveform Generation Based Optical
                      Japan. For large Aeff Multi-Core Fibers                                                                           modulators provide a realistic solution for   Transmitter, David J. Geisler, Nicolas K.
                      (MCFs), advantages of using holey fibers                                                                          colorless 10Gb/s uncooled ONUs. Being         Fontaine, Ryan P. Scott, Tingting He, Jona-
                      as well as effective ways with solid fibers                                                                       compatible with current packaging tech-       than P. Heritage, S. J. B. Yoo; Univ. of Califor-
Wednesday, March 24




                      were confirmed. The solid MCFs with Aeff                                                                          nologies they will bring the required cost    nia at Davis, USA. This paper presents single
                      >100μm2 and suppressed micro bending loss                                                                         reduction. Still, an increased power budget   channel, 200 Gb/s, 20-bit DPSK packets
                      were actually fabricated.                                                                                         capability has to be demonstrated.            generated by an optical arbitrary waveform
                                                                                                                                                                                      generation based optical transmitter with
                                                                                                                                                                                      chromatic dispersion precompensation,
                                                                                                                                                                                      and their transmission through 100 km of
                                                                                                                                                                                      single-mode-fiber and recovery.

                      OWK7 • 2:45 p.m.                                                                                                                                                OWO5 • 2:45 p.m.
                      Reduction of Crosstalk by Quasi-Homo-                                                                                                                           200Gs/s Real-Time Optical-Sampling-
                      geneous Solid Multi-Core Fiber, Katsuhiro                                                                                                                       Based Orthogonal Frequency Division
                      Takenaga1, Shoji Tanigawa1, Ning Guan1,                                                                                                                         Multiplexing System, Chao Tang, Hongwei
                      Shoichiro Matsuo 1 , Kunimasa Saitoh 2 ,                                                                                                                        Chen, Feifei Yin, Minghua Chen, Shizhong
                      Masanori Koshiba2; 1Fujikura Ltd., Japan,                                                                                                                       Xie; Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua
                      2
                       Hokkaido Univ., Japan. Power-conversion                                                                                                                        Univ., China. An all-optical orthogonal fre-
                      efficiency reduction on a quasi-homoge-                                                                                                                         quency division multiplexing scheme with
                      neous solid multi-core fiber is numerically                                                                                                                     200GSample/s optical sampling technique is
                      investigated. The fiber length dependence                                                                                                                       proposed and experimentally demonstrated.
                      of measured crosstalk of fabricated fibers is                                                                                                                   50Gb/s AO-OFDM data is successfully
                      in good agreement of simulation result by                                                                                                                       transmitted over a 20km umcompensated
                      power-coupled equation.                                                                                                                                         single-mode-fiber link with real-time
                                                                                                                                                                                      direct-detection.




                                                                                         3:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.   Coffee Break, Exhibit Halls B, D, E


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 102                                                                                          OFC/NFOEC 2010     •   March 21–25, 2010
                Room 6E                                          Room 6F                                        Room 7                                         Room 8                                          Room 9

                                                                   OFC                                                                                                               NFOEC
OWP • Wavelength                                 OWQ • Integrated Optical and                    OWR • Network Architecture                    NWA • Advanced Network                         NWB • Access Networks—
Conversion—Continued                             Wireless Access—Continued                       and Control II—Continued                      Applications—Continued                         Continued
OWP7 • 2:30 p.m.                                 OWQ6 • 2:30 p.m.           Invited              OWR6 • 2:30 p.m.
Polarization-Insensitive Wavelength              The Convergence of Wired and Wireless           Adaptive IP/Optical OFDM Network-
Multicasting of RZ-DPSK Signal Based             Services Delivery in Access and Home            ing Design, Wei Wei1, Chonggang Wang1,
on Four-Wave Mixing in a Photonic                Networks, Mikhail Popov; Acreo Netlab,          Xin Liu2; 1NEC Labs America, Inc., USA,
Crystal Fiber with Residual Birefringence,       Sweden. Radio-over-fiber, backhauling and       2
                                                                                                   Computational Science Ctr., Brookhaven
Yongheng Dai, Chester Shu; Chinese Univ.         femtonodes are considered for delivering        Natl. Lab, USA. A new networking approach
of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. We demonstrate          mobile communication services over access       based on IP/optical OFDM technologies is
polarization-insensitive wavelength mul-         and home networks. The RoF overlay is           proposed, providing an adaptive mecha-




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Wednesday, March 24
ticasting of RZ-DPSK signal. The input           an attractive alternative for optical access,   nism of bandwidth provisioning and pipe
signal is copied to four different wavelengths   whereas femtonodes are a justified option       resizing for dynamic traffic flows. A com-
using four-wave mixing with unequally            for home networks.                              parison study is presented to demonstrate
spaced pumps in a dispersion-flattened,                                                          its advantages.
highly nonlinear photonic crystal fiber with
residual birefringence.


OWP8 • 2:45 p.m.                                                                                 OWR7 • 2:45 p.m.                              NWA5 • 2:40 p.m.                               NWB5 • 2:40 p.m.
Experimental Demonstration of 8-Fold                                                             Resource-Efficient Task Assignment and        Export Policies for Multi-Domain WDM           Deployment Analysis of TDM/WDM
Multicasting of a 100 Gb/s Polarization-                                                         Scheduling in Optical Grids, Nipatjakorn      Networks, Anna Manolova, Sarah Ruepp;          Single Fiber PON with Colourless ONU
Multiplexed OOK Signal Using Highly                                                              Kannasoot, Jason P. Jue; Univ. of Texas       DTU Fotonik, Technical Univ. of Denmark,       Operating at 2.5 Gbps Subcarrier Mul-
Nonlinear Fiber, Omer F. Yilmaz, Scott                                                           at Dallas, USA. We propose a resource-        Denmark. We analyze the performance of         tiplexed Downstream and 1.25 Gbps
R. Nuccio, Xue Wang, Jian Wang, Irfan                                                            efficient list scheduling heuristic for the   six export policies for a multi-domain rout-   Upstream, Josep M. Fabrega1, Ahmad El
Fazal, Jeng Yuan Yang, Xiaoxia Wu, Alan                                                          problem of task scheduling in an optical      ing protocol in WDM networks. We show          Mardini2, Victor Polo1, José Antonio Lázaro1,
E. Willner; Univ. of Southern California,                                                        Grid with the objectives of maximizing the    that providing many AS-disjoint paths for      Eduardo Tommy Lopez1, Risto Soila2, Josep
USA. We demonstrate 8-fold multicasting                                                          network utilization efficiency and minimiz-   survivability and load-balancing does not      Prat1; 1Univ. Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain,
of a 100-Gb/s polarization-multiplexed                                                           ing the task completion time.                 necessarily guarantee the lowest connec-       2
                                                                                                                                                                                               Tellabs Inc., USA. A single-fiber full-duplex
RZ-OOK signal using a highly nonlinear                                                                                                         tion blocking.                                 hybrid TDM/WDM-PON is demonstrated
fiber. Degenerate four-wave-mixing in a bi-                                                                                                                                                   to operate at 2.5/1.25 Gbps rates, with RSOA
directional wavelength conversion scheme                                                                                                                                                      ONU. It achieves high power budget (GPON
is employed. An average power penalty of                                                                                                                                                      compliant) at a distances higher than 20km,
~4 dB is observed.                                                                                                                                                                            and serves up to 1280 users.



                                                                                3:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.            Coffee Break, Exhibit Halls B, D, E


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                                                                                        OFC/NFOEC 2010             •    March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                      103
                                      Room 1A                                          Room 1B                                         Room 2                                         Room 6C                                         Room 6D

                                                                  OFC                                                                NFOEC                                                                       OFC

                      3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m.                               3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.                            3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.                             3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.                             3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
                      OWS • Polarization Effects                        OWT • Fiber-Based Optical                      NWC • Network Testing and                       OWU • Coherent Systems and                      OWV • Electronic Dispersion
                      Xin Chen; Corning, Inc., USA,                     Parametric Amplifier                           Characterization                                Tuneable Devices                                Compensation
                      Presider                                          Masaaki Hirano; Sumitomo Electric              Jin Hong; Opnext, USA, Presider                 Martin Schell; Fraunhofer Heinrich-             Klaus Grobe; ADVA AG Optical
                                                                        Industries, Ltd., Japan, Presider                                                              Hertz-Inst., Germany, Presider                  Networking, Germany, Presider
                      OWS1 • 3:30 p.m.                                  OWT1 • 3:30 p.m.                               NWC1 • 3:30 p.m.                                OWU1 • 3:30 p.m.                                OWV1 • 3:30 p.m.
                      Dynamic Birefringence Induced Exten-              1-Tb/s DWDM Amplification in a Fiber           In-Service Chromatic Dispersion and             A Micromachined Injection-Locked Laser          Frequency Domain Equalization with
                      sional Stress in Curled Hole-Assisted             Optical Parametric Amplifier, Mehdi            Pass-Band Shape Measurements for Light          via Tunable Grating Mirror, Hong Cai1,2,        Minimum Complexity in Coherent Opti-
                      Fiber, Masaaki Inoue, Nazuki Honda,               Jamshidifar, Nayla El-Dahdah, Donald S.        Path with Modulated ASE Source, Glenn           MingBin Yu1, Qingxin Zhang1, Aibin Yu1,         cal Transmission Systems, Jochen Leibrich,
                      Noriyuki Araki, Koji Enbutsu, Yuji Azuma;         Govan, Nick J. Doran, Michel E. Marhic;        Wellbrock1, T. J. Xia1, Danny Peterson1, Wang   Guo-Qiang Lo 1, Dim-Lee Kwong 1, A. Q.          Werner Rosenkranz; Chair for Communica-
Wednesday, March 24




                      NTT Access Network Service Systems Labs,          School of Engineering, Swansea Univ., UK.      Lee1, Chris Iliopoulos1, Jim Cervenka1, Jeff    Liu2; 1Inst. of Microelectronics, Singapore,    tions, Christian-Albrechts-Univ. zu Kiel,
                      NTT Corp., Japan. This paper describes            We report less than 1-dB cross-talk pen-       Motter1, Hongxin Chen2, B. Ruchet2, Greg        2
                                                                                                                                                                         Nanyang Technological Univ., Singapore.       Germany. For chip-design of a frequency-
                      the dynamic birefringence induced by the          alty for 26 DWDM channels modulated at         Schinn2; 1Verizon Inc., USA, 2EXFO Electro-     This paper reports an integrated injection-     domain equalizer, a simple procedure to
                      extension of a curled optical hole-assisted       43.7 Gb/s RZ-DPSK when amplified by a          Optical Engineering Inc., Canada. A tunable     locked laser constructed using microelec-       minimize the number of multiplications
                      fiber, which increases linearly under high        fiber optical parametric amplifier showing     modulated broadband source and narrow-          tromechanical systems (MEMS) technology,        is shown. Considerations include recent
                      tension. This technique can be a used for         compatibility with high-capacity (> 1 Tb/s)    bandwidth filter are used to measure chro-      which achieves a large wide locking range of    improvements of FFT-algorithms.
                      monitoring premises wiring.                       communication systems.                         matic dispersion, group-delay ripple, and       43 nm with an average SMSR of 32 dB.
                                                                                                                       pass-band shape of DWDM-network light
                                                                                                                       paths. This new method is simple and suit-
                                                                                                                       able for in-service measurements.

                      OWS2 • 3:45 p.m.                                  OWT2 • 3:45 p.m.                               NWC2 • 3:50 p.m.                                OWU2 • 3:45 p.m.                                OWV2 • 3:45 p.m.
                      Distributed Characterization of Bending-          Characterization of Distortionless Analog      In-Service OTDR for Passive Optical             Tunable and Variable Clock Generation up        Performance Comparison of MLSE-Based
                      Induced Birefringence in Spun Fibers by           Signal Multicasting by Parametric Mixer,       Networks, Yuichi Takushima, Yun C. Chung;       to 1.2 THz by Filtering an Actively Mode-       Receivers in a 1000 km Transmission Link
                      Means of P-OFDR, Luca Palmieri1, Tommy            Camille Brès1, Andreas Wiberg1, Bill P. -p.    KAIST, Republic of Korea. We propose            Locked 42.5 GHz Quantum Dash Fabry-             under Fast SOP Variations, Abdul-Rahman
                      Geisler2, Andrea Galtarossa1; 1Univ. of Pa-       Kuo1, Bryan Stossel2, Stojan Radic1; 1Univ.    a novel in-service optical reflectometry        Perot Laser with a Reconfigurable Filter,       El Falou, Paulette Gavignet, Erwan Pincemin,
                      dova, Italy, 2OFS Fitel Denmark ApS, Den-         of California at San Diego, USA, 2Lockheed     based on the correlation detection using a      Alexandra Lagrost1, Marcia CostaeSilva1,        Thierry Guillossou; France Telecom, Orange
                      mark. We report, for the first time, spatially-   Martin Corp., USA. We present character-       pseudo-noise signal superimposed on the         Mathilde Gay1, Laurent Bramerie1, Sophie        Labs, France. This paper aims at comparing
                      resolved measurements of bending-induced          ization of a two-pump parametric device        downstream signal. Using the proposed           LaRochelle 2, Pascal Besnard 1, Alexandre       the tolerance to fast SOP variations of two
                      birefringence in ad hoc drawn single-mode         for analog linear multicasting. Linearity of   technique, we demonstrate the in-service        Shen3, Guang-Hua Duan3; 1FOTON CNRS             MLSE-based receivers. Descriptions of the
                      spun fibers. The combined effect of spin          parametric multicasting is assessed from       monitoring of TDM and WDM PONs.                 UMR, France, 2Univ. Laval, Canada, 3Alcatel     emulation device and measurement method
                      rotation and bending birefringence is clearly     highly linearized input seed by two-tone in-                                                   Thales III-V Lab, France. We report on the      are given. The results show that the receiver
                      highlighted.                                      termodulation measurements. Experimen-                                                         generation of an optical clock up to 1.2 THz    architecture impacts the performance.
                                                                        tal results confirm distortionless behavior                                                    using a Quantum Dash mode-locked laser
                                                                        of four-photon mixers.                                                                         and a spectral filter, selecting two or three
                                                                                                                                                                       lines, which are separated by the desired
                                                                                                                                                                       spacing.

                      OWS3 • 4:00 p.m.                                  OWT3 • 4:00 p.m.                                                                               OWU3 • 4:00 p.m.                                OWV3 • 4:00 p.m.
                      Distributed Birefringence Measurement             Experimental Investigation of Wide                                                             Characterization of a Novel Three-Section       Novel Ultra Wide-Range Frequency Offset
                      of Polarization Maintaining Fiber Using           Bandwidth Single and Dual Pump Non-                                                            Tunable Slotted Fabry-Perot Laser, Kai          Estimation for Digital Coherent Optical
                      Transient Brillouin Grating, Yongkang             Degenerate Phase Sensitive Amplifiers,                                                         Shi1, Frank Smyth1, Douglas Reid1, Brendan      Receiver, Shaoliang Zhang1,2, Lei Xu2, Jian-
                      Dong, Liang Chen, Xiaoyi Bao; Univ. of Ot-        Joseph Kakande, Francesca Parmigiani,                                                          Roycroft2, Brian Corbett2, JeongHwan Song2,     jun Yu2, Ming-Fang Huang2, Pooi Yuen Kam1,
                      tawa, Canada. We propose a true distributed       Morten Ibsen, Periklis Petropoulos, David J.                                                   Peter O’Brien2, Frank Peters2, Liam Barry1;     Changyuan Yu1,3, Ting Wang2; 1Natl. Univ. of
                      birefringence measurement of polarization-        Richardson; Optoelectronics Res. Ctr., Univ.                                                   1
                                                                                                                                                                         Dublin City Univ., Ireland, 2Tyndall Natl.    Singapore, Singapore, 2NEC Labs America,
                      maintaining fiber based on transient Bril-        of Southampton, UK. We demonstrate non-                                                        Inst., Univ. College Cork, Ireland. A novel     Inc., USA, 3A*STAR Inst. for Infocomm Res.
                      louin grating. A birefringence variation of       degenerate phase sensitive amplification                                                       three-section tunable slotted-Fabry-Perot       (I2R), Singapore. We propose and experi-
                      2.5×10-6 along 8 m Bow-tie fiber is measured      of a DPSK data signal in both single and                                                       laser has been examined. Characterizations      mentally demonstrate a novel, dual-stage
                      with 20 cm spatial resolution.                    double pumped parametric configurations,                                                       of the linewidth, SMSR and RIN indicate         frequency offset estimator and achieve the
                                                                        achieving uniform phase sensitive gain                                                         that this type of laser may be a suitable       widest range of ±0.5 times the system sym-
                                                                        and attenuation over the 20nm assessed                                                         source for dynamic networks employing           bol rate for the first time in a 42.8-Gbit/s
                                                                        bandwidth.                                                                                     advanced optical modulation formats.            coherent PolMux QPSK receiver.




 104                                                                                                          OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010
                Room 6E                                          Room 6F                                         Room 7                                           Room 8                                          Room 9

                                                                   OFC                                                                                                                   NFOEC
3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.                              3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.                              3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.                            3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.                              3:30 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
OWW • System Applications                        OWX • 10G-PON Advanced                           OWY • Energy Efficiency and                    PANEL: NWD • IP over DWDM                        NWE • Operational Aspects
of Photonic Processing                           Technologies                                     Next-Generation Networks                                                                        Mark Boduch, Tellabs, USA
Thomas Clark; Johns Hopkins Univ.                Junichi Nakagawa; Mitsubishi                     Junqiang Hu; NEC Labs America,
Applied Physics Lab, USA, Presider               Electric Corp., Japan, Presider                  Inc., USA, Presider
OWW1 • 3:30 p.m.             Tutorial            OWX1 • 3:30 p.m.             Invited             OWY1 • 3:30 p.m.           Invited             NWD • 3:30 p.m.                                  NWE1 • 3:30 p.m.          Tutorial
All-Optical Processing With Highly In-           High-Speed Circuit Technology for                Advanced Technologies for Next-Gen-            IP over DWDM, Roman V. Egorov; Ve-               Operationalizing a Control Plane Net-
tegrated InP-Based Subsystems, Alistair          10Gb/s Optical Burst-Mode Transmission,          eration Fiber Networks, Milorad Cvijetic;      rizon Labs, USA. As network operators are        work, Michael Reina; Telcordia Technologies,
J. Poustie; Ctr. for Integrated Photonics, UK.   Yusuke Ohtomo1, Hideki Kamitsuna2, Hiroaki       NEC Corp., USA. The next generation op-        starting to transform their infrastructure       USA. This tutorial will discuss how carriers
High-performance, compact and power              Katsurai1, Kazuyoshi Nishimura1, Masa-           tical access/edge/core network will deliver    to support packet services, the optical          can best leverage their existing traditional




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Wednesday, March 24
efficient InP components have allowed            fumi Nogawa2, Makoto Nakamura2, Susumu           packetized bandwidth to all end users, with    networking industry is going through the         networks and deploy a control plane, while
practical all-optical processing subsystems      Nishihara2, Takeshi Kurosaki2, Tsuyoshi Ito2,    a seamless optical wireless convergence in     phase where equipment vendors are starting       minimizing the impact on their day-to-day
to be realised. This tutorial reviews current    Akira Okada2; 1NTT Microsystem Integration       place. In this paper we will review advanced   to develop next generation platforms that        operations, through the help of a properly
technologies and subsystem integration, as       Labs, NTT Corp., Japan, 2NTT Photonics           technologies enabling next generation opti-    integrate support for both TDM and packet        designed management plane.
well as emerging applications and future         Labs, NTT Corp., Japan. A careful choice of      cal networking.                                transport. While the integration concept is
directions.                                      burst-mode 3R receiver circuits achieves fast                                                   generally agreed upon by the industry, its
                                                 settling of 200 ns and low power of 1.68 W                                                      implementation is quite different depending
                                                 as well as the optical sensitivity and dynamic                                                  on the background of a particular carrier or
                                                 range in the 10G-EPON specification.                                                            equipment vendor. Vendors, that tradition-
                                                                                                                                                 ally developed hardware for photonic and
                                                                                                                                                 TDM transport, view packet switch integra-
                                                                                                                                                 tion as a path forward. On the other hand,
                                                                                                                                                 packet switch vendors perceive photonic
                                                                                                                                                 integration on their interface cards as a step
                                                                                                                                                 forward. The goal of this panel is to provide
                                                                                                                                                 a view from carriers and equipment vendors
                                                                                                                                                 on how this integration should proceed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Michael A. Reina is a Senior Principal Solu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  tion Architect at Telcordia Technologies. He
Dr. Alistair Poustie has over 20 years experi-                                                                                                                                                    holds a M.S. from the New School for Social
ence in photonics research and development                                                                                                                                                        Research - Graduate Faculty 1979. Michael
for communications applications, having                                                                                                                                                           Reina started his career with Bell Labora-
worked for British Telecom, Corning, and                                                                                                                                                          tories in 1979 doing OSS Human Factors
now for CIP Technologies where he is opti-                                                                                                                                                        research and design. He has been with the
cal systems manager. His current research                                                                                                                                                         company through their change to Bellcore
interests include hybrid integrated optical                                                                                                                                                       and now, Telcordia Technologies. Michael
devices and their applications, including                                                                                                                                                         has been most recently working on ways to
all-optical processing. He has published over                                                                                                                                                     leverage a carrier’s existing OSS and network
150 journal and conference papers, patents       OWX2 • 4:00 p.m.                                 OWY2 • 4:00 p.m.                                                                                infrastructures while evolving to new gen-
and book chapters. He is a Fellow of the         Fully DC-Coupled 10Gb/s Burst-Mode               Energy Efficiency Limits of Load Adap-                                                          eration platforms. This managed evolution
Institute of Physics, a member of OSA and        PON Prototypes and Upstream Experi-              tive Networks, Christoph Lange, Andreas                                                         concept has been applied to control plane
a member of IEEE Photonics Society.              ments with 58ns Overhead, Cedric F. M.           Gladisch; Deutsche Telekom Labs, Ger-                                                           and multi-OSI layer support systems.
                                                 Mélange, Xin Yin, Bart Baekelandt, Tine De       many. Based on traffic models the energy
                                                 Ridder, Xing-Zhi Qiu, Johan Bauwelinck,          consumption of adaptive networks is com-
                                                 Jan Gillis, Pieter Demuytere, Jan Vandewege;     pared to networks with constant power
                                                 Ghent Univ., Belgium. This paper presents        consumption. The results show that adap-
                                                 a chain of four fully DC-coupled 10Gb/s          tive network resource allocation serves to
                                                 burst-mode prototypes operating with 58ns        reduce the energy consumption of networks
                                                 overhead for the first time. 10Gb/s upstream     significantly.
                                                 burst-mode experiments are performed
                                                 without a time-critical reset signal from
                                                 test equipment.




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                                      Room 1A                                          Room 1B                                           Room 2                                          Room 6C                                          Room 6D

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                      OWS • Polarization Effects—                      OWT • Fiber-Based Optical                        NWC • Network Testing and                        OWU • Coherent Systems and                       OWV • Electronic Dispersion
                      Continued                                        Parametric Amplifier—                            Characterization—Continued                       Tuneable Devices—Continued                       Compensation—Continued
                                                                       Continued
                      OWS4 • 4:15 p.m.                                 OWT4 • 4:15 p.m.                                 NWC3 • 4:10 p.m.                                 OWU4 • 4:15 p.m.                                 OWV4 • 4:15 p.m.
                      Characterization of Structural Irregulari-       Noise Figure Measurements in Phase-              Determination of Localized Loss in Ca-           Full C-Band 40-Gbit/s DPSK Tunable               Electronic Dispersion Compensation by
                      ties in Highly Birefringent Photonic Crys-       Insensitive and Phase-Sensitive Fiber            bled Fiber Using OTDR Measurements of            Transmitter Module Developed by Hybrid           Hadamard Transformation, Fahd A. Khan,
                      tal Fiber Based on Polarization Coupling         Parametric Amplifier Cascade, Zhi Tong1,         Relative Mode Field Diameter, Jonathan A.        Integration of Tunable Laser and InP             Erik Agrell, Magnus Karlsson; Chalmers Univ.
                      by Torsional Acoustic Wave, Kee Suk Hong1,       Adonis Bogris2, Carl Lundström1, Colin McK-      Nagel, Sheryl L. Woodward; AT&T Labs-Res.,       n-p-i-n Mach-Zehnder Modulator, Eiichi           of Technology, Sweden. We demonstrate that
                      Kwang Jo Lee2, Dong Il Yeom3, Byoung Yoon        instrie3, Michael Vasilyev4, Magnus Karlsson1,   USA. We demonstrate enhanced sensitivity         Yamada, Akira Ohki, Nobuhiro Kikuchi,            the Hadamard transform can be applied to
                      Kim1; 1KAIST, Republic of Korea, 2Univ. of       Peter A. Andrekson1; 1Chalmers Univ. of          of a commercial OTDR by employing novel          Yasuo Shibata, Takako Yasui, Kei Watanabe,       look up table (LUT)-based predistorters to
Wednesday, March 24




                      Southampton, UK, 3Ajou Univ., Republic           Technology, Sweden, 2Natl. and Kapodistrian      bidirectional techniques. The method is          Hiroyuki Ishii, Ryuzo Iga, Hiromi Oohashi;       simultaneously compress and optimize the
                      of Korea. We propose and demonstrate a           Univ. of Athens, Greece, 3Bell Labs, Alcatel-    applicable to measurements of cabled fiber       NTT Corp., Japan. A 40-Gbaud tunable             LUT for dispersion-limited links.
                      novel method to characterize the variation       Lucent, USA, 4Dept. of Electrical Engineering,   where fluctuations in local mode field diam-     transmitter module was developed for the
                      of the birefringence induced by structural       Univ. of Texas at Arlington, USA. By cascad-     eter are due to factory variations.              first time by the hybrid integration of a full
                      irregularities in highly birefringent photonic   ing two non-degenerate inline fiber-optic                                                         C-band tunable laser and an InP Mach-
                      crystal fiber with high accuracy based on        parametric amplifiers, we observe NF ~2dB                                                         Zehnder modulator. Wavelength-tunable
                      polarization coupling by torsional acoustic      (beating phase-insensitive quantum limit) at                                                      chirpless 40-Gbit/s DPSK modulation was
                      wave.                                            16-dB gain for the second (phase-sensitive)                                                       successfully demonstrated.
                                                                       stage after subtracting the excess noise from
                                                                       the first (phase-insensitive) stage.

                      OWS5 • 4:30 p.m.                                 OWT5 • 4:30 p.m.                                 NWC4 • 4:30 p.m.                                 OWU5 • 4:30 p.m.           Invited               OWV5 • 4:30 p.m.
                      Reduction of Fast SOP Changes in DSCMs           Full Characterization of Noise Figure            Optically Powered Low-Energy De-                 High Performance Photonic Integrated             Efficient Frequency Domain Chromatic
                      under Influence of Shock and Vibrations,         Spectrum in a Single-Pumped Fiber                marcation Device for Monitoring FTTx             Circuits for Coherent Fiber Communica-           Dispersion Compensation in a Coherent
                      Tommy Geisler, Michael N. Andersen, Torger       Parametric Amplifier, Zhi Tong1, Adonis          Networks, Moritz Roeger1, Benian Hiba1,          tion, Chris Doerr; Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent,    Polmux QPSK-Receiver, Jonas C. Geyer1,
                      Tokle; OFS Fitel Denmark ApS, Denmark.           Bogris2, Magnus Karlsson1, Peter A. Andrek-      Matthias Hoh1, Joerg Hehmann2, Thomas            USA. Advanced modulation format trans-           Chris R. S. Fludger2, Thomas Duthel2, Chris-
                      Fast SOP changes in fiber-based dispersion       son1; 1Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Sweden,     Pfeiffer2, Michael Huebner1, Juergen Beck-       mitters and receivers used in optical coher-     toph Schulien2, Bernhard Schmauss1; 1Univ. of
                      slope compensating modules (DSCMs)               2
                                                                         Natl. and Kapodistrian Univ. of Athens,        er 1, Juerg Leuthold 1, Wolfgang Freude 1;       ent systems are highly complex, containing       Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 2CoreOptics
                      due to mechanical impact are effectively         Greece. For the first time, an asymmetric        1
                                                                                                                         Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany, 2Bell   many interconnected elements. Photonic           GmbH, Germany. We investigate frequency
                      suppressed by introducing a simple passive       NF spectrum induced by both Raman                Labs, Alcatel-Lucent Germany, Germany.           integration can reduce the footprint, cost,      domain chromatic dispersion equaliza-
                      vibration-suppression scheme consisting          induced excess noise and Raman modified          We demonstrate an energy-autarkic FTTx           and power consumption of optical coherent        tion in an ASIC for digital coherent signal
                      of shock mounts isolating the DSCM spool         pump transferred noise of a fiber parametric     monitor. A special protocol and sophisti-        transceivers.                                    processing. Improved chromatic dispersion
                      from the housing.                                amplifier has been measured. Experimental        cated hardware reduce the electrical operat-                                                      tolerance can be achieved by using modified
                                                                       results agree well with theory.                  ing power to 0.7µW, which can be delivered                                                        coefficients, which utilize the equalizer more
                                                                                                                        by an optical supply signal of only 5µW/                                                          efficiently.
                                                                                                                        monitor at a separate wavelength.

                      OWS6 • 4:45 p.m.                                 OWT6 • 4:45 p.m.                                 NWC5 • 4:50 p.m.                                                                                  OWV6 • 4:45 p.m.
                      PMD and PDL Behavior of Aerial Fiber             Generation of Frequency Symmetric Sig-           Area-Efficient 100G+ EFEC Calculation                                                             Improvement of Chromatic Dispersion
                      with the Accelerated Jones-Matrix Eige-          nals from a BPSK Input for Phase Sensitive       with Xilinx FPGAs, Michael Baxter, Gordon                                                         and Differential Group Delay Tolerance
                      nanalysis, Youichi Akasaka1, Andrew Lee2,        Amplification, Ruwan Weerasuriya1, Stylia-       Brebner; Xilinx Res. Labs, USA. This paper                                                        of Incoherent Multilevel Signaling with
                      Matthew Davy2, Inwoong Kim1, Takao Naito1;       nos Sygletos1, Selwan K. Ibrahim1, Richard       presents area-optimized implementations                                                           Receiver-Side Digital Signal Processing,
                      1
                       Fujitsu Labs of America, Inc., USA, 2Indiana    Phelan2, John O’Carroll2, Brian Kelly2, James    of Galois Field multipliers that exploit the                                                      Nobuhiko Kikuchi, Shinya Sasaki; Central
                      Univ., USA. Polarization characteristics of      O’Gorman2, Andrew D. Ellis1; 1Univ. College      unique programmable logic cells in the Xil-                                                       Res. Lab, Hitachi Ltd., Japan. Chromatic
                      aerial SMF were examined with the acceler-       Cork, Ireland, 2Eblana Photonics, Ireland.       inx FPGA, enabling a 100 Gb/s EFEC block                                                          dispersion and differential group delay
                      ated Jones-Matrix Eigenanalysis, comparing       We report a novel system for simultaneous        with significantly lower footprint within an                                                      tolerance of 30-Gbit/s 8DPSK and 8QAM
                      to interferometric method. PMD shows             carrier recovery and frequency symmetric         optical transport FPGA.                                                                           signaling is investigated experimentally, and
                      strong correlation with environmental            signals generation from a NRZ-BPSK input                                                                                                           we show 1.7 and 1.25 times enhancement of
                      changes but PDL doesn’t. Both instanta-          by exploiting FWM in HNLF for phase                                                                                                                them in 8QAM signaling by simple receiver-
                      neously increase however at different and        sensitive amplification.                                                                                                                           side digital signal processing.
                      contingent times.




 106                                                                                                           OFC/NFOEC 2010              •     March 21–25, 2010
                Room 6E                                        Room 6F                                       Room 7                                           Room 8                                           Room 9

                                                                 OFC                                                                                                                 NFOEC
OWW • System Applications                       OWX • 10G-PON Advanced                        OWY • Energy Efficiency and                    PANEL: NWD • IP over                             NWE • Operational Aspects—
of Photonic Processing—                         Technologies—Continued                        Next-Generation Networks—                      DWDM—Continued                                   Continued
Continued                                                                                     Continued
                                                OWX3 • 4:15 p.m.                              OWY3 • 4:15 p.m.                               IP over DWDM, Roman V. Egorov; Ve-
                                                1.25/10.3Gbps Dual Rate Algorithm for         On the Energy Efficiency of Mixed-Line-        rizon Labs, USA. As network operators are
                                                10G-EPON Burst-Mode CDR, Kenichi              Rate Networks, Pulak Chowdhury, Massimo        starting to transform their infrastructure
                                                Nakura, Naoki Suzuki, Hideki Nose, Junichi    Tornatore, Biswanath Mukherjee; Univ. of       to support packet services, the optical
                                                Nakagawa, Seiji Kozaki; Mitsubishi Electric   California at Davis, USA. We present an        networking industry is going through the
                                                Corp., Japan. We present new dual rate        approach to evaluate energy efficiency of      phase where equipment vendors are starting
                                                algorithm for a burst-mode CDR and suc-       mixed-line-rate (MLR) optical networks.        to develop next generation platforms that




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Wednesday, March 24
                                                cessfully achieved rapid burst-mode data      A comparative study of energy efficiency       integrate support for both TDM and packet
                                                recovery of less than 16ns at 1.25Gbps and    of MLR and single-line-rate (SLR) networks     transport. While the integration concept is
                                                of less than 6.4ns at 10.3Gbps in the same    shows that MLR is more energy efficient        generally agreed upon by the industry, its
                                                platform.                                     than SLR networks.                             implementation is quite different depending
                                                                                                                                             on the background of a particular carrier or
                                                                                                                                             equipment vendor. Vendors, that tradition-
                                                                                                                                             ally developed hardware for photonic and
                                                                                                                                             TDM transport, view packet switch integra-
                                                                                                                                             tion as a path forward. On the other hand,
                                                                                                                                             packet switch vendors perceive photonic
                                                                                                                                             integration on their interface cards as a step
OWW2 • 4:30 p.m.                                OWX4 • 4:30 p.m.         Tutorial             OWY4 • 4:30 p.m.         Invited               forward. The goal of this panel is to provide    NWE2 • 4:30 p.m.
Self-Homodyne 10 Gbit/s PSK Receiver            10G PON - Explained, Frank J. Effenberger;    The Role of Arrayed Waveguide Gratings         a view from carriers and equipment vendors       Low-Loss Intermatability of APC-MPO
Based on Stimulated Brillouin Amplifica-        Huawei Technologies, USA. This tutorial       in Energy-Efficient Optical Switching          on how this integration should proceed.          Connectors between Different Mate-
tion and Electrical Filtering, Luca Banchi,     reviews the major progress that has been      Architectures, Edoardo Bonetto, Davide                                                          rial and Different Guide Hole Diameter
Marco Presi, Roberto Proietti, Ernesto          made in the10G PON system as defined in       Cuda, Guido A. Gavilanes Castillo, Fabio                                                        Plugs, Toshiaki Satake, Mike Hughes, Darrell
Ciaramella; Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna,         the ITU-T G.987 series. The motivations,      Neri; Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Optical                                                     Childers, Sharon Lutz, Dirk Schoellner, Eric
Italy. We demonstrate the ever-first self-      design decisions, and path forward for this   switching fabrics (OSFs) can reduce the                                                         Childers, Lisa Hefner; US Conec Ltd., USA.
homodyne coherent detection of 10 Gbit/s        work will be described.                       power consumption of IP routers, which                                                          Low-loss intermatability design of SM-APC-
PSK signals using Brillouin amplification                                                     is incresing too fast with Internet traffic.                                                    MPO connector was studied. Plugs of dif-
of the optical carrier. Performance close                                                     We study how AWG-based OSFs scale in                                                            ferent dimensions for guide hole diameters,
to the ideal homodyne receiver is obtained                                                    terms of switching capacity and power                                                           different materials and different Yoffset val-
by using DC-balancing and post-detection                                                      consumption.                                                                                    ues demonstrated low-loss intermatability of
high-pass filtering.                                                                                                                                                                          less than 0.25 [dB] for 97% value.



OWW3 • 4:45 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                              NWE3 • 4:50 p.m.
Novel Optical Fast Fourier Transform                                                                                                                                                          High Density Thermoplastic Ferrule for
Scheme Enabling Real-Time OFDM Pro-                                                                                                                                                           Optical Interconnection, Naoya Nishimura,
cessing at 392 Gbit/s and beyond, David                                                                                                                                                       Katsuki Suematsu, Nobuhiro Nanri, Koji Seo,
Hillerkuss 1, Andrej Marculescu 1, Jingshi                                                                                                                                                    Masato Shiino; Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.,
Li1, Michael Teschke1, Geirfinnur Sigurds-      Frank Effenberger received the Ph.D. degree                                                                                                   Japan. 48-fiber thermoplastic MT ferrule is
son1, Kai Worms1, Shalva Ben-Ezra2, Niv         from the University of Central Florida in                                                                                                     developed. The fiber hole position error is
Narkiss2, Wolfgang Freude1, Juerg Leuthold1;    1995. At Bellcore, he witnessed the early                                                                                                     below 2.5 μm and the insertion loss is below
1
  Karlsruhe Inst. of Technology, Germany,       development of the FSAN initiative and                                                                                                        0.5 dB. The ferrule is cost effective compared
2
 Finisar Corp., Israel. An optical FFT scheme   the development of the APON standard.                                                                                                         with conventional thermosetting ferrule.
is implemented and tested at 392 Gbit/s.        In 2000, he became a director at Quantum
It enables OFDM signal processing way           Bridge. His work supported the develop-
beyond the bandwidth limits of electronics.     ment and standardization of advanced
The scheme operates with little energy as it    optical access systems based on B-PON
exploits passive optical components.            and G-PON. In 2006, he became Direc-
                                                tor of FTTx in the advanced technology



                                                                                     OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010                                                                                                        107
                             Room 1A                             Room 1B                                          Room 2                                         Room 6C                                        Room 6D

                                               OFC                                                              NFOEC                                                                      OFC

                                                 OWT • Fiber-Based Optical                        NWC • Network Testing and                       OWU • Coherent Systems and                     OWV • Electronic Dispersion
                                                 Parametric Amplifier—                            Characterization—Continued                      Tuneable Devices—Continued                     Compensation—Continued
                                                 Continued

                                                 OWT7 • 5:00 p.m.                                                                                 OWU6 • 5:00 p.m.                               OWV7 • 5:00 p.m.
                                                 Gain Spectrum of an Optical Parametric                                                           Novel Thermal Drift Suppression Method         Simplified Field Re-Construction and
                                                 Amplifier with a Temporally-Incoherent                                                           in Channel Switching of Mode-Hop-Free          Adaptive System Optimization in Full-
                                                 Pump, Yiqing Xu, Stuart G. Murdoch; Dept.                                                        Tunable Laser Array, Nobuhiro Nunoya,          Field FFE, Jian Zhao1, Mary E. McCarthy2,
                                                 of Physics, Univ. of Auckland, New Zealand.                                                      Hiroyuki Ishii, Naoki Fujiwara, Hiromi         Paul Gunning3, Andrew D. Ellis1; 1Tyndall


                              
                                                 We report on the performance of a fiber                                                          Oohashi; NTT Corp., Japan. A switching         Natl. Inst., Univ. College Cork, Ireland,
                                                 optical parametric amplifier pumped with                                                         time of less than 40 μs has been achieved      2
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ericsson Ltd., UK, 3Futures Testbed, BT
Wednesday, March 24




                                                 a temporally-incoherent pump. Parametric                                                         for a TDA-DFB laser array with a thermal       Innovate and Design, UK. We simplify the
                                                 gain coefficients seven times higher than                                                        drift suppression technique using the tuning   implementation of full-field reconstruc-
                          Thank you for          that of a coherently pumped amplifier are                                                        regions of non-lasing lasers as heaters for    tion and combine it with adaptive FFE.
                                                 demonstrated.                                                                                    temperature compensation.                      The adaptive algorithm incorporates self-
                      attending OFC/NFOEC.                                                                                                                                                       equalization of system parameters and
                                                                                                                                                                                                 enables full-field FFE robust to sampling
                          Look for your                                                                                                                                                          phase misalignment.

                      post-conference survey
                                                 OWT8 • 5:15 p.m.                                 NWC6 • 5:10 p.m.                                OWU7 • 5:15 p.m.                               OWV8 • 5:15 p.m.
                       via email and let us      Linear and Nonlinear Properties of Ultra-        Intra-Channel Chromatic Dispersion              High-Power and Low Phase Noise Full-           Optimization of the Chromatic Disper-
                                                 Compact Fiber Device, Jose M. Chavez             Measurements with Live Neighboring              Band Tunable LD for Coherent Ap-               sion Equalizer of a 43Gb/s Realtime Co-
                       know your thoughts        Boggio, Sanja Zlatanovic, Faezeh Gholami,        Signals in a Long Haul DWDM System,             plications, Toshimitsu Kaneko, Yasuyuki        herent Receiver, Jonas C. Geyer1, Andreas
                                                 Jose M. Aparicio, Slaven Moro, Kevin Balch,      T.J. Xia1, Glenn Wellbrock1, Danny Peterson1,   Yamauchi, H. Tanaka, Toyotoshi Machida,        Bisplinghoff1, Thomas Duthel2, Chris R. S.
                         on the program.         Nikola Alic, Stojan Radic; Univ. of California   Wang Lee1, Chris Iliopoulos1, Jim Cervenka1,    Tsutomu Ishikawa, Takuya Fujii, Hajime         Fludger2, Christoph Schulien2, Bernhard
                                                 at San Diego, USA. Linear and nonlinear          Fred Heismann2; 1Verizon, Inc., USA, 2JDSU,     Shoji; Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.,     Schmauss1; 1Univ. of Erlangen-Nuremberg,
                                                 characteristics of devices using millimeter-     USA. A novel four-tone probe signal is used     Japan. High output power and low noise         Germany, 2CoreOptics GmbH, Germany.
                                                 scale spools of highly-nonlinear fiber are       to measure end-to-end residual chromatic        performances of CSG-DR-LD have been            We optimized the 15-tap equalizer filter of
                                                 investigated within 1200-2400nm band. An         dispersion in single 50-GHz DWDM chan-          investigated. Fiber output power > 60 mW       a 43Gb/s coherent polarization multiplexed
                                                 ultracompact tunable short-wave infrared         nels of a long-haul ROADM network while         over C-band and phase noise < 200 kHz          QPSK receiver and compared simulation
                                                 source was constructed to demonstrate            transmitting more than 30 live signals in       are demonstrated, revealing a promising        results with measurements using an FPGA-
                                                 efficient nonlinear conversion from 1.26         neighboring channels.                           properties for coherent applications.          based realtime receiver. Optimization
                                                 to 2.2μm.                                                                                                                                       extends the chromatic dispersion tolerance
                                                                                                                                                                                                 from 4,000ps/nm to 7,000ps/nm.




                                                                               6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. Charles Kao Symposium, Room 6A
                                                                                       (Reception Immediately Following, Room 6B)




 108                                                                                     OFC/NFOEC 2010              •    March 21–25, 2010
                Room 6E                                       Room 6F                                      Room 7                                            Room 8                                          Room 9

                                                                OFC                                                                                                                 NFOEC
OWW • System Applications                       OWX • 10G-PON Advanced                      OWY • Energy Efficiency and                     PANEL: NWD • IP over                             NWE • Operational Aspects—
of Photonic Processing—                         Technologies—Continued                      Next-Generation Networks—                       DWDM—Continued                                   Continued
Continued                                                                                   Continued

OWW4 • 5:00 p.m.                                department of Huawei Technologies, USA.     OWY5 • 5:00 p.m.                                IP over DWDM, Roman V. Egorov; Ve-
Optical Phase Conjugation in Chalco-            He remains heavily involved in standards,   Burst Switching for Energy Efficiency in        rizon Labs, USA. As network operators are
genide Planar Waveguides for Compen-            and has been a leading contributor of the   Optical Networks, Shuping Peng1, Kerry          starting to transform their infrastructure
sating Signal Transmission Effects, Mark        major PON standards. In 2008, he became     James Hinton2, Jayant Baliga2, Rodney Stuart    to support packet services, the optical
D. Pelusi1, Feng Luan1, Steve Madden2, Duk      the chairman of ITU-T Q2/15.                Tucker2, Zhengbin Li1, Anshi Xu1; 1Peking       networking industry is going through the
Choi2, Douglas Bulla2, Barry Luther-Davies2,                                                Univ., China, 2Univ. of Melbourne, Australia.   phase where equipment vendors are starting
Benjamin Eggleton 1; 1CUDOS, Univ. of                                                       Energy consumption of electronic burst          to develop next generation platforms that




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Sydney, Australia, 2Australian Natl. Univ.,                                                 switching is modeled and compared to            integrate support for both TDM and packet
Australia. We report optical phase conjuga-                                                 electronic packet switching in the network      transport. While the integration concept is
tion of wavelength multiplexed signals using                                                core and edge. It is shown that burst switch-   generally agreed upon by the industry, its
a chalcogenide planar waveguide inserted                                                    ing can provide significant energy savings      implementation is quite different depending
along a transmission link. Distortion com-                                                  relative to packet switching.                   on the background of a particular carrier or
pensation of 3×40Gb/s RZ-DPSK signals                                                                                                       equipment vendor. Vendors, that tradition-
propagating through 225km of standard                                                                                                       ally developed hardware for photonic and
single mode fiber is achieved.                                                                                                              TDM transport, view packet switch integra-
                                                                                                                                            tion as a path forward. On the other hand,
OWW5 • 5:15 p.m.                                                                            OWY6 • 5:15 p.m.                                packet switch vendors perceive photonic          NWE4 • 5:10 p.m.
Compensation of Cross-Gain Modula-                                                          Energy-Awareness in Dynamic Traffic             integration on their interface cards as a step   Analyzing Return Loss Deterioration
tion in Filtered Multi-Channel Optical                                                      Grooming, Mohammad M. Hasan1, Farid             forward. The goal of this panel is to provide    of Optical Fiber Joints with Various
Signal Processing Applications, Thomas                                                      Farahmand2, Jason P. Jue1; 1Univ. of Texas at   a view from carriers and equipment vendors       Air-Filled Gaps over Wide Wavelength
Banwell, Anjali Agarwal, Paul Toliver, Ted K.                                               Dallas, USA, 2Sonoma State Univ., USA. We       on how this integration should proceed.          Range, Mitsuru Kihara, Morikazu Uchino,
Woodward; Telcordia Technologies, USA. We                                                   introduce an energy-efficient traffic groom-                                                     Masayuki Ohmachi, Hisashi Izumita; Nip-
experimentally demonstrate compensation                                                     ing scheme for promoting greener optical                                                         pon Telegraph and Telephone East Corp.,
of nonlinearity due to cross-gain modula-                                                   networks. The scheme considers a modular                                                         Japan. We experimentally investigated the
tion in wideband analog systems employ-                                                     node architecture, reuses already active                                                         return loss of fiber joints with various air-
ing narrow-band optical filtering, which is                                                 components during request allocations,                                                           filled gaps. We discovered that the return
essential for multi-channel optical signal                                                  and conserves total energy consumption                                                           loss might deteriorate to 8.6 dB for one
processing in RF channelizer applications.                                                  in the network.                                                                                  connector and 5.9 dB for four-connected
                                                                                                                                                                                             connectors at worst.




                                                                           6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. Charles Kao Symposium, Room 6A
                                                                                   (Reception Immediately Following, Room 6B)




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