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High-dynamic-range, single-shot pulse shapes were measured by temporally stacking pulses in a passive, fiber-optic network. The 256 replicas were combined to produce optical shapes with a bandwidth of 10 GHz and a dynamic range of 1800:1. The high fidelity of this system enabled the characterization of arbitrary electrical pulses that were used to shape the optical pulse via an electro-optic modulator with a reduced dynamic range of about 60:1. Index Terms-Electro-optic effects, microwavedoi:10.1109/jqe.2009.2029544 fatcat:k55e2bkq4vcnjbxzjyfumnimwi