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Wavelength Division Multiplexing: A Critical Review

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Volume Number: 10293
Date Published: 26 January 1999

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Front Matter: Volume 10293
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Integrated planar waveguide demultiplexers for high-density WDM applications
Author(s): Emil S. Koteles
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Silica-based planar lightwave circuits for WDM applications
Author(s): Katsunari Okamoto; Masao Kawachi
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Multimode-fiber-compatible WDM/WDDM with an ultralarge-wavelength dynamic range
Author(s): Ray T. Chen; Jian Liu; Xuegong Deng
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Planar waveguide WDM technology: from components to systems
Author(s): Yung-Jui (Ray) Chen; Haifeng Li
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Multiwavelength optical code division multiplexing
Author(s): Cedric F. Lam; Rutger B. Vrijien; Ming C. Wu; Eli Yablonovitch; Dennis T. K. Tong
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Flexible low-cost WDM transmitter for mass production
Author(s): Kevin E. Redner
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Hybrid and monolithic wavelength division multiplexed transmitter arrays: performance of commercially available devices
Author(s): G. Guidice; Henryk Temkin; Hongbo Wang; Guoxi Sun; Zhencan Frank Fan; Mario Dagenais; Yung Jui Chen; Mahmoud Fallahi; David L. Mathine
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Key limitations in WDM systems and networks
Author(s): Alan Eli Willner
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WDM application in the network of Deutsche Telekom AG
Author(s): Manfred Rocks; Armin Ehrhardt; Andreas Gladisch; Norbert Hanik; Georg Lehr
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3D photonic integrated circuits for WDM applications
Author(s): Ali Shakouri; Bin Liu; Patrick Abraham; John Edward Bowers
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Design options for high-bit-rate WDM systems
Author(s): Dirk Breuer; Klaus Petermann
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