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Residual Chromatic-Dispersion Monitoring and Dynamic Compensation in 40-Gb/s Systems

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A dynamic chromatic-dispersion-compensation system is implemented with a residual chromatic-dispersion monitoring module based on self-frequency shift effects in a semiconductor optical amplifier. Experimental results show that the compensation range of the system is 100 ps/nm and the residual chromatic dispersion of the transmission link is less than 5 ps/nm.

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IEEE Photonics Technology Letters  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 15 )