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Fiber transmission of 250 fs optical pulses with suppressed third-order dispersion by electro-optic phase modulation

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3 Author(s)
Pelusi, M.D. ; Femtosecond Technol. Res. Assoc., Tsukuba, Japan ; Matsui, Y. ; Suzuki, A.

Compensation of higher-order fiber dispersion in addition to the group-velocity (second-order) dispersion (SOD) is important for 1.55 μm optical time-division-multiplexed (OTDM) communication systems utilizing subpicosecond pulses to accommodate data-rates approaching Tbit/s. Third-order dispersion of 250 fs pulses propagating at ~5 GHz over fiber-link lengths of 600 m and 2.33 km was suppressed by applying electro-optic phase modulation after temporal stretching in a dispersion compensating fiber. Numerical simulations confirm that the technique can be equally effective at >10 GHz pulse repetition rates

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LEOS '99. IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society 1999 12th Annual Meeting  (Volume:2 )

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1999

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