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Impact of Spectral Hole Burning on long haul WDM transmission system performance

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Abstract

The effect of spectral hole burning (SHB) on the performance of long-haul WDM transmission systems was studied experimentally and numerically. We demonstrate that the SHB effect introduces a change to the gain shape that must be considered during system design.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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