7 December 1994 Optical storage of binary data using guiding-center solitons in a fiber loop
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Proceedings Volume 2429, Optical Memory & Neural Networks '94: Optical Memory; (1994) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.195576
Event: Optical Memory and Neural Networks: International Conference, 1994, Moscow, Russian Federation
Abstract
A new ultrashort bit carrier called the guiding-center soliton is used to shape and to store the multibit binary words. The essential property of such a carrier to return to its own initial width after a passage through an extremely long-haul fiber without any recovery is successfully exploited to advantage. It is experimentally demonstrated that semiconductor laser source generated 32-bit words, including picosecond optical guiding-center soliton pulses, could be stored in up to 250 km length single-mode fiber loop.
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Alexandre S. Shcherbakov and Elena I. Andreeva "Optical storage of binary data using guiding-center solitons in a fiber loop", Proc. SPIE 2429, Optical Memory & Neural Networks '94: Optical Memory, (7 December 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.195576; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.195576
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