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160Gb/s Single Polarized Ultra-short Pulse Transmission over 62km with Fiber Nonlinearity near Zero Dispersion Wavelength

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We demonstrate 160Gb/s transmission experiment over 62km with the use of fiber nonlinearity near the zero dispersion regime, which reduces the pulse distortion due to the second order dispersion.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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