Abstract

Butterworth filters of second or higher order periodically inserted along a soliton transmission line, although they are flat at bandpass center, give to first order a nonzero restoring force for frequency and amplitude displacements. The amplified spontaneous emission generated at the filter center frequency is significantly less than that generated with fixed étalons for the same damping strength.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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