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Fibre Based Schemes for Ultrafast Subsystems: Nonlinear Optical Loop Mirrors Traditional Design and Novel Applications

By Antonella Bogoni, Francesco Fresi, Paolo Ghelfi, Emma Lazzeri, Luca Poti and Mirco Scaffardi

Published: December 1st 2009

DOI: 10.5772/7555

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