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All-optical logic gate NAND using semiconductor optical amplifiers with simulation

  • K. MukherjeeEmail author
  • A. Raja
  • K. Maji
Research Article

Abstract

Hybrid encoding technique for the representation of the binary states of information, four-wave mixing in semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) as frequency generator and cross-polarization rotation effect in semiconductor optical amplifier as a frequency converter are used to design all-optical universal logic gate NAND. The devices can perform ultrafast operation and easily integrable. The simulated results of the proposed logic gate ensure feasibility of the proposals.

Keywords

Optical logic Four-wave mixing Polarization rotation Hybrid encoding Semiconductor optical amplifier Optical switch 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Physics (P.G. & U.G.)B. B. CollegeAsansol, BurdwanIndia

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