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Theoretical and Experimental Study of Soliton Transmission in Dispersion Managed Links
Daniel Le GUEN
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics
Publication Date: 1998/02/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Ultrashort Optical Pulse Technologies and their Applications)
Category: Soliton Transmission
soliton, dispersion management, noise jitter, WDM,
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The propagation of solitons in a dispersion managed link can be mainly modeled with the evolution of two parameters γ and C, related to the spectral width and the chirp. Steady propagations are shown to be possible if the average dispersion lies in the anomalous domain. With the same conditions, periodical propagations are both theoretically and experimentally demonstrated. With the help of a perturbation theory, the jitter and the signal to noise ratio are theoretically evaluated. The latter is experimentally shown to be the low power limit of terrestrial systems based on non dispersion shifted fiber. Finally, wavelength and power margins of a single channel 20 Gbit/s soliton transmission over 11 amplifier spans of 102 km show that a 400 Gbit/s Wavelength Division Multiplexed transmission could be envisaged over the same distance.