Abstract

We introduce parametric tunable dispersion compensator based on FWM process in HNLF with low dispersion slope. Experimental demonstrations of the intrinsic advantages in operating bandwidth and tuning response and practical requirements such as polarization-insensitive, colorless and in-line operations are reported.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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