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Power and Chirp Tolerances of Input Pulse for Dispersion Managed Soliton Transmission System

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A nonlinear-supported stationary return-to-zero pulse in a dispersion managed optical fiber transmission line is called a dispersion managed soliton (DM soliton) and shown to have some better properties than a conventional soliton for long distance and high speed systems [1].

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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