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Carrier-to-Noise Ratio Degradation due to Signal Double Rayleigh Scattering in EDFAs used in AM-SCM CATV Systems for the Local Loop

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Abstract

Amplified signal double Rayleigh scattering in Erbium doped fibres causes excess intensity noise that can degrade CNR in AM-CATV systems employing EDFAs.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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