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Higher-order effects in bandwidth-limited soliton propagation in optical fibers

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Abstract

By means of numerical studies and soliton perturbation theory we examine the effects of higher-order linear and nonlinear terms in bandwidth-limited amplified soliton propagation. We show that these effects are responsible for strong reductions of soliton–soliton interaction in such systems.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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