Drew N. Maywar
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2.5 Tb/s (64/spl times/42.7 Gb/s) transmission over 40/spl times/100 km NZDSF using RZ-DPSK format and all-Raman-amplified spans
AH Gnauck, G Raybon, S Chandrasekhar, J Leuthold, C Doerr, L Stulz, ...
Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit, FC2-FC2, 2002
High-energy petawatt capability for the OMEGA laser
LJ Waxer, DN Maywar, JH Kelly, TJ Kessler, BE Kruschwitz, SJ Loucks, ...
Optics and photonics news 16 (7), 30-36, 2005
OMEGA EP: High-energy petawatt capability for the OMEGA laser facility
JH Kelly, LJ Waxer, V Bagnoud, IA Begishev, J Bromage, BE Kruschwitz, ...
Journal de Physique IV (Proceedings) 133, 75-80, 2006
Initial experiments on the shock-ignition inertial confinement fusion concept
W Theobald, R Betti, C Stoeckl, KS Anderson, JA Delettrez, VY Glebov, ...
Physics of Plasmas 15 (5), 056306, 2008
RF spectrum analysis of optical signals using nonlinear optics
C Dorrer, DN Maywar
Journal of lightwave technology 22 (1), 266, 2004
OMEGA EP high-energy petawatt laser: progress and prospects
DN Maywar, JH Kelly, LJ Waxer, SFB Morse, IA Begishev, J Bromage, ...
J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 112 (3), 032007, 2008
Transfer-matrix analysis of optical bistability in DFB semiconductor laser amplifiers with nonuniform gratings
DN Maywar, GP Agrawal
IEEE journal of Quantum Electronics 33 (11), 2029-2037, 1997
Self-phase modulation in semiconductor optical amplifiers: impact of amplified spontaneous emission
PP Baveja, DN Maywar, AM Kaplan, GP Agrawal
IEEE journal of quantum electronics 46 (9), 1396-1403, 2010
5.12 Tb/s (128× 42.7 Gb/s) transmission with 0.8 bit/s/Hz spectral efficiency over 1280 km of standard single-mode fiber using all-Raman amplification and strong signal filtering
DF Grosz, A Agarwal, S Banerjee, AP Kung, DN Maywar, A Gurevich, ...
2002 28TH European Conference on Optical Communication 5, 1-2, 2002
All-optical hysteresis control by means of cross-phase modulation in semiconductor optical amplifiers
DN Maywar, GP Agrawal, Y Nakano
JOSA B 18 (7), 1003-1013, 2001
Robust optical control of an optical-amplifier-based flip-flop
DN Maywar, GP Agrawal, Y Nakano
Optics express 6 (3), 75-80, 2000
Reflection and transmission of electromagnetic waves at a temporal boundary
Y Xiao, DN Maywar, GP Agrawal
Optics letters 39 (3), 574-577, 2014
Assessment of VCSEL thermal rollover mechanisms from measurements and empirical modeling
PP Baveja, B Kögel, P Westbergh, JS Gustavsson, Å Haglund, ...
Optics express 19 (16), 15490-15505, 2011
Ultra-high-capacity long-haul 40-Gb/s WDM transmission with 0.8-b/s/Hz spectral efficiency by means of strong optical filtering
A Agarwal, S Banerjee, DF Grosz, AP Kung, DN Maywar, A Gurevich, ...
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 15 (3), 470-472, 2003
High-energy petawatt project at the University of Rochester's Laboratory for Laser Energetics
C Stoeckl, JA Delettrez, JH Kelly, TJ Kessler, BE Kruschwitz, SJ Loucks, ...
Fusion science and technology 49 (3), 367-373, 2006
Spectral and temporal changes of optical pulses propagating through time-varying linear media
Y Xiao, GP Agrawal, DN Maywar
Optics letters 36 (4), 505-507, 2011
Nonblocking all-optical cross connect based on regenerative all-optical wavelength converter in a transparent demonstration over 42 nodes and 16800 km
J Leuthold, R Ryf, DN Maywar, S Cabot, J Jaques, SS Patel
Journal of lightwave technology 21 (11), 2863, 2003
Demonstration of all-Raman ultra-wideband transmission of 1.28 Tb/s (128/spl times/10 Gb/s) over 4000 km of NZ-DSF with large BER margins
DF Grosz, A Kung, DN Maywar, L Altman, M Movassaghi, HC Lin, ...
Proceedings 27th European Conference on Optical Communication (Cat. No …, 2001
All-Raman ultralong-haul single-wideband DWDM transmission systems with OADM capability
DF Grosz, A Agarwal, S Banerjee, DN Maywar, AP Kung
Journal of lightwave technology 22 (2), 423-432, 2004
Optical square-wave clock generation based on an all-optical flip-flop
AM Kaplan, GP Agrawal, DN Maywar
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 22 (7), 489-491, 2010
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