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High-speed long distance soliton communication using EDFAs and its transmission control

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Abstract

Recently, soliton transmission technology has matured considerably through the use of erbium-doped fiber amplifiers (EDFAs).1,2 In order to show that soliton transmission has several advantages over conventional IM/DD or coherent systems, it is important to undertake single-pass high-speed longdistance data transmission experiments with pseudo random signals, as has already been demonstrated in high-speed linear systems.35 However, the possibility of extending the transmission distances and increasing the bit-rates is still under investigation.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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