Abstract

A time lens based on clock-driven phase modulators followed by linear dispersion accurately removes timing-jitter. When used prior to the receiver, the time lens greatly improves bit-error-rate performance in DWDM dispersion managed soliton transmissions.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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