Abstract

Slow-light effect in fibers with distance-depending Brillouin frequency provides large, optically controlled delay of picosecond pulses with a little shape distortion, when Brillouin frequency variation along the fiber corresponds to the whole pulse spectrum.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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