Abstract

Repeaterless long-distance transmission schemes are investigated in the presence of the Kerr nonlinearity and of the spontaneous-emission noise of the in-line amplifiers. Second- and higher-order dispersion coefficients are assumed to be zero. Criteria for optimizing the system performance are given.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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