Presentation 2000/5/18
Optical fiber technology in current ultrahigh-speed optical TDM transmission
Masataka NAKAZAWA,
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Abstract(in English) In this report, we describe recent advances in optical fiber technology which allowed us to achieve 640 Gbit/s OTDM transmission over 100 km. The fibers we used were dispersion-shifted fibers, dispersion-flattened fibers, dispersion-decreasing fibers, dispersion compensation fibers and reverse dispersion fibers. These were used for optical pulse compression and pulse energy stabilization using soliton effects, the construction of a wideband dispersion-flattened transmission line for femtosecond pulses, suppression of FWM with dispersion management, and optical switching using a NOLM. Finally, we emphasize how precisice control of dispersion along the direction of propagation is critical for achieving ultrahigh-speed optical transmission.
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Keyword(in English) Ultrahigh-speed OTDM transmission / Dispersion compensation / Femtosecond pulse / Ultrafast nonlinear loop Mirror / Optical soliton
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Title (in English) Optical fiber technology in current ultrahigh-speed optical TDM transmission
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Keyword(1) Ultrahigh-speed OTDM transmission
Keyword(2) Dispersion compensation
Keyword(3) Femtosecond pulse
Keyword(4) Ultrafast nonlinear loop Mirror
Keyword(5) Optical soliton
1st Author's Name Masataka NAKAZAWA
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Date 2000/5/18
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Volume (vol) vol.100
Number (no) 84
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 9
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