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Dispersion Managed Spans in Terrestrial Routes: Technical Advantages and Practical Considerations

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Abstract

Dispersion managed spans can provide bit-rate independent performance and economic advantages in terrestrial routes. Recent work is showing that they can be cabled and spliced in field-like conditions and proper system design can accommodate imperfect and random dispersion maps

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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