1 September 2003 Short Hermite-Gaussian optical pulse propagation in dense dispersion-compensated systems
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Optical Engineering, 42(9), (2003). doi:10.1117/1.1599838
Abstract
The transmission properties of Hermite-Gaussian optical pulses in fiber are studied. A theoretical solution is obtained by the momentum method, and the result is compared with a numerical simulation. Moreover, short Hermite-Gaussian optical pulse transmission over 1440 km in a dense dispersion-managed link is investigated on a numerical simulation basis. It is demonstrated that the pulse can propagate stably in zero, positive, and negative net dispersion compensation systems. In our simulation, both the second dispersion and the third-order dispersion are compensated. It is found that a Hermite-Gaussian optical pulse can transmit stably with reasonably lower power.
Yan Xiao, Wenrui Xue, Zhonghao Li, Dachun Su, Guosheng Zhou, "Short Hermite-Gaussian optical pulse propagation in dense dispersion-compensated systems," Optical Engineering 42(9), (1 September 2003). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1599838
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Solitons

Numerical simulations

Picosecond phenomena

Telecommunications

Optical amplifiers

Fiber amplifiers

Optical engineering

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