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Autosoliton transmission in dispersion-managed systems guided by in-line nonlinear optical loop mirrors

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Abstract

We examine the feasibility of optical pulse transmission in dispersion-managed fiber systems with in-line nonlinear optical loop mirrors. Applying numerical analysis, we find regimes of stable propagation over long distances in such lines, with a significant increase in the signal-to-noise ratio.

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