Broadband optical equalizer using fault tolerant digital micromirrors

  • Riza N
  • Mughal M
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For the first time, the design and demonstration of a near continuous spectral processing mode broadband equalizer is described using the earlier proposed macro-pixel spatial approach for multiwavelength fiber-optic attenuation in combination with a high spectral resolution broadband transmissive volume Bragg grating. The demonstrated design features low loss and low polarization dependent loss with broadband operation. Such an analog mode spectral processor can impact optical applications ranging from test and instrumentation to dynamic alloptical networks.




Riza, N., & Mughal, M. J. (2003). Broadband optical equalizer using fault tolerant digital micromirrors. Optics Express, 11(13), 1559.

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