Low jitter, long distance pulse transmission near net fibre dispersion zero wavelength

Knox, Finlay M.; Harper, Paul; Kean, P.N.; Doran, Nick and Bennion, Ian (1995). Low jitter, long distance pulse transmission near net fibre dispersion zero wavelength. Electronics letters, 31 (17), pp. 1467-1468.

Abstract

The authors study experimentally ~10 ps return-to-zero pulse propagation near the net dispersion zero of an optical fibre transmission line. Stable near-jitter-free propagation was observed over 70 Mm. Pulse stabilisation and ASE suppression were achieved through the saturable aborber mechanism of nonlinear polarisation rotation.

Uncontrolled Keywords: jitter, net dispersion zero wavelength, optical fibre transmission line, return-to-zero pulse transmission, ASE, saturable absorber, pulse stabilisation, nonlinear polarisation rotation, 70 Mm, 10 ps
Published Date: 1995-08-17

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