Abstract

Toward the development of long-haul, ultra high-speed soliton transmission systems, considerable efforts have been made to suppress the Gordon-Haus jitter[l], which limits the transmission distance significantly. . So far, the use of inline sliding frequency guiding filters[2] or inline synchronous modulation[3] has been confirmed to be effective, but, little attention has been paid to the dispersion management of the system for this purpose. In this paper, we proposed a novel transmission technique to suppress the accumulation of the Gordon-Haus jitter using periodic dispersion compensation together with inline optical filters along the system.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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