High-dynamic range channelized MEMS equalizing filter

D. T. Neilson, D. S. Greywall, S. Chandrasekhar, L. L. Buhl, H. Tang, L. Ko, N. R. Basavanhally, F. Pardo, D. A. Ramsey, J. D. Weld, Y. L. Low, J. Prybyla, R. Scotti, A. Gasparyan, M. Haueis, S. Arney, S. P. O'Neill, C. S. Pai, D. H. Malkani, M. M. MeyersN. Saluzzi, S. H. Oh, O. D. Lopez, G. R. Bogart, F. P. Klemens, M. Luo, J. Q. Liu, K. Teffeau, A. Ramirez, K. S. Werder, J. E. Griffith, C. Frye, M. V. Kunnavakkam, S. T. Stanton, J. A. Liddle, H. T. Soh, T. C. Lee, O. Nalamasu, K. C. Nguyen

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Abstract

A channelized micro-mechanical filter with 5 dB insertion loss and high extinction suitable for use as a channelized equalizing filter was demonstrated. The filter consists of free space optics, which demultiplex the wavelengths coming out of the fiber onto the tilt mirror array and re-multiplex them back onto the fiber. The pass bands were demonstrated to be sufficiently wide to permit its use with 40 Gb/s carrier suppressed return to zero source (CSRZ) signals.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationConference on Optical Fiber Communication, Technical Digest Series
Pages586-588
Number of pages3
Volume70
StatePublished - Jan 1 2002
EventOptical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit - Anaheim, CA, United States
Duration: Mar 17 2002Mar 22 2002

Other

OtherOptical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit
CountryUnited States
CityAnaheim, CA
Period3/17/023/22/02

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