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Implications of Raman scattering and phase noise on multiple four-wave mixing processes in an optical fiber

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Implications of spontaneous and stimulated Raman scattering (SSRS) and phase noise on the spatial evolution of multiple-order sidebands arising from four-wave mixing (FWM) along the length of an optical fiber are investigated. A modified split-step Fourier method is used to solve the governing coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations. The phase noise overcomes the depletive nature of SSRS and stabilizes the FWM sidebands, in good agreement with experimental results.

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