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Title: On the designing of densely dispersion-managed optical fiber systems for ultrafast optical communication
Authors: Tchofo Dinda, P
Labruyere, A
Nakkeeran, K
Fatome, J
Moubissi, AB
Pitois, S
Millot, G
Keywords: Experimental result
Four wave mixing
High rate
Long distance transmission
Non linear equation
Optical fibre transmission
Optical telecommunication
Pulse
Stimulated Raman scattering
System design
Theoretical study
Ultrashort pulse
Wave dispersion
Issue Date: 2003
Source: Annales des telecommunications/annals of telecommunications, 2003, v. 58, no. 11-12, p. 1785-1808 How to cite?
Journal: Annales des Telecommunications/Annals of Telecommunications 
Abstract: We present some theoretical and experimental results which suggest the possibility of constructing a non-empirical methodology of designing optical transmission systems with ultra high bit-rate per channel. Theoretically, we present an average dispersion decreasing densely dispersion-managed (A4DM) fiber system, which exhibits many advantages over the densely dispersion-managed fiber system, such as the possibility of transmitting chirp-free Gaussian pulses at 160 Gbit/s per channel over transoceanic distances, with a reduced energy and minimal intra-channel interaction. Experimentally we present generation of a 160-GHz picosecond pulse train at 1550 nm using multiple four-wave mixing temporal compression of an initial dual frequency beat signal in the anomalous-dispersion regime of a non-zero dispersion shifted fiber. A complete intensity and phase characterization of the pulse train by means of a frequency-resolved optical gating technique is achieved, showing generation of transform-limited pedestal-free Gaussian pulses.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/23592
ISSN: 0003-4347
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