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Grosz; Diego Fernando
Middletown, NJ
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6819480 Method and apparatus for controlling the extinction ratio of transmitters November 16, 2004
A method and apparatus for modifying the extinction ratio of a modulated optical signal by adapting a modulator driver signal in response to differences in spectral regions of the modulated optical signal. In another embodiment for modifying the extinction ratio of a modulated optica
6748150 Apparatus and method for managing dispersion within an optical add/drop module June 8, 2004
The invention comprises a method and apparatus for implementing a relatively low cost add/drop multiplexer (OADM) wherein pre-demux and post-mux dispersion compensation is employed in a manner that substantially avoids imparting additional dispersion compensation to pass-through wave

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