As a flexible gain element, that is capable of operating at arbitrary wavelengths, discrete Raman amplifiers employing highly nonlinear fiber (HNLF) are examined in terms of pumping efficiency, noise characteristics, impact on signal quality, and dispersion characteristics.

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