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Four-wave mixing between a soliton and noise in a system with large amplifier spacing

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Abstract

Depletion of soliton energy by four-wave mixing between a soliton and amplifier noise in a system with 100-km amplifier spacing is studied. Dispersion exponentially decreasing fiber is used as transmission fiber. Improvement of the system by the use of a sliding-frequency filter to reduce noise power and the depletion of soliton energy is shown. The system can be further improved by compensation for depleted soliton energy.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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