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Key Components for Synchronous Optical Quadrature Phase Shift Keying Transmission
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synQPSK analog-digital converter presented in exhibition during 1. NRW-Nanokonferenz, Dortmund, 18.-19.02.2008
Project extension until June 2008
Nobel prize winner Klaus von Klitzing witnesses synQPSK transmission (14.11.2007)
German jury under the auspices of Nobel prize winner Theodor Hänsch selects synQPSK technology as one of the "100 products of the future" (2007)
Press_release_21.March 2007 ("Real-time electronic polarization tracking enables optical polarization-multiplexed QPSK transmission")
Successful 2nd year review and project extension until end of 2007
Press release 30 June 2006 ("Worldwide first realtime synchronous optical quadrature phase shift keying transmission with standard lasers")
Successful first-year review, 08.09.2005
Universität Duisburg-Essen (Germany) substitutes Innovative Processing AG as of 01.07.2005
Press release 30 July 2004


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