highly nonlinear optical fibers
A single-mode optical fiber that has a distinctive structure that increases the nonlinear optical effect. It produces ten times the nonlinear optical effect of conventional optical fibers. In the future, with the use of photonic crystalline fibers and other nano-optical devices, it is expected that the performance will be enhanced tenfold above current levels.
Tera is equivalent to 10 to the 12th power. One terabit is equivalent to 1000 gigabits.
 Optical regeneration
Technology whereby a degraded optical signal is brought back to its original quality. It consists of Re-amplification, Re-timing, and Re-shaping, and is often referred to as 3R Regeneration.
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Research and development activities at the Heinrich-Hertz-Institut (HHI) are concentrated to expand the principles of information technology and to demonstrate new applications for new products in partnership with the industry.
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Date: 21 January, 2005
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