Compensating for dispersion and nonlinear Kerr effect without phase conjugation


We propose the use of a dispersive medium with a negative nonlinear refractive-index coefficient as a way to compensate for the dispersion and the nonlinear effects resulting from pulse propagation in an optical fiber. The undoing of pulse interaction might allow for increased bit rates.

Uncontrolled Keywords: dispersive medium, negative nonlinear refractive-index coefficient, pulse propagation, optical fiber
Publication ISSN: 0146-9592
Published Date: 1996-04-01
Authors: Paré, C.
Villeneuve, A.
Belanger, P.A.
Doran, Nick


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