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Experimental investigation of soliton optical phase jitter

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4 Author(s)
M. Hanna ; GTL-CNRS Telecom, Metz, France ; H. Porte ; J. -P. Goedgebuer ; W. T. Rhodes

The soliton optical phase stability versus amplified spontaneous noise is investigated in a recirculation loop experiment in the presence of in-line filters. The behavior of phase fluctuations is shown to be in good agreement with numerical simulations. The phase standard deviation is kept below 0.15/spl times//spl pi/ for distances up to 8000 km. We, therefore, demonstrate the feasibility of phase-shift keying on solitons for long-haul transmission systems.

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IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 11 )