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Optical frequency stabilisation scheme for an OFDM network based on widely spaced optical crossconnects
|Interuniversity Micro-Electronics Center -IMEC-, Louvain:|
21st European Conference on Optical Communication, ECOC '95. Proceedings. Vol.2: Regular papers & invited papers : Including Symposium on Photonic versus Electronic Technologies in Switching and Interconnection, Symposium on Broadband Networks for Video and Multimedia Services, ECOC 95 EEOC, Brussels, Belgium, 17 - 21 September 1995
Piscataway, NJ: IEEE, 1995
|European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC) <21, 1995, Brüssel>|
Symposium on Photonic versus Electronic Technologies in Switching and Interconnection <1995, Brüssel>
Symposium on Broadband Networks for Video and Multimedia Services <1995, Brüssel>
European Exhibition on Optical Communication (EEOC) <1, 1995, Brüssel>
| Conference Paper|
|Fraunhofer HHI ()|
| absolute stability; frequency control; frequency division multiplexing; frequency stability; gradient index optics; lenses; optical filters; optical switches; optical transmitters; wavelength division multiplexing; optical frequency stabilisation; ofdm network; widely spaced optical crossconnects; transmitter; silica based optical frequency discriminator; absolute reference frequency; optical crossconnect demonstrator; race 2065; cobra; wdm networks; grin lens based filter|
A frequency control scheme is introduced where within each transmitter its frequency is referenced to a silica based optical frequency discriminator, which in addition is locked to an absolute reference frequency. The described set-up is employed in an OFDM based optical crossconnect- demonstrator (RACE 2065; COBRA). An absolute stability of +or-1GHz was achieved.