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INCREASED AMPLIFIER SPACING IN A SOLITON SYSTEM WITH QUANTUM-WELL SATURABLE ABSORBERS AND SPECTRAL FILTERING

ATKINSON, D; LOH, WH; AFANASJEV, VV; GRUDININ, AB; SEEDS, AJ; PAYNE, DN; (1994) INCREASED AMPLIFIER SPACING IN A SOLITON SYSTEM WITH QUANTUM-WELL SATURABLE ABSORBERS AND SPECTRAL FILTERING. OPT LETT , 19 (19) 1514 - 1516.

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Abstract

The spacing between optical amplifiers in a long-haul soliton system may he increased to 100 km by using only passive quantum-well saturable absorbers and narrow-band filters for soliton control. After transmission over 9000 km at 10 Gbits/s, the effects of soliton-soliton interaction and Gordon-Haus jitter in the proposed system yield bit error rates of better than 10(-9).

Type:Article
Title:INCREASED AMPLIFIER SPACING IN A SOLITON SYSTEM WITH QUANTUM-WELL SATURABLE ABSORBERS AND SPECTRAL FILTERING
Keywords:TRANSMISSION, LASERS
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Medicine (Division of)
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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