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Optical Power Equalization in Multiwavelength Fiber-Amplifier Cascades With Periodic Inhomogeneous Broadening

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Abstract

The most serious limitation in wavelength-multiplexed transmission systems and networks with cascades of erbium-doped fiber amplifiers appears to be the rapid accumulation of inter-channel power variations, which significantly limit the transmission distance for signal wavelengths that are even slightly detuned from the fiber-amplifiers’ gain peak.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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