Effect of filtering on the dynamics of resonant multisoliton collisions in a periodically amplified wavelength division multiplexed soliton system
Authors: Kodama Y., Wabnitz S.
Autors Affiliation: Department of Mathematics, Ohio-State University, Columbus, Ohio, 43210, United States; Fondazione Ugo Bordoni, Via B. Castiglione 59, Rome, 00142, Italy
Abstract: We analyse the effects of bandwidth limited amplification on the multiple collisions between optical solitons of two 10 Gbit/s different wavelength multiplexed channels in a fiber transmission system with lumped amplifiers. We find that the soliton arrival time jitter at the system output which is due to the accumulated frequency shifts resulting from asymmetric collisions in the periodically amplified fiber link may be strongly damped by filtering, as it occurs for the case of the Gordon-Haus effect.
Journal/Review: OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS (PRINT)
Volume: 113 (4-6) Pages from: 395 to: 400
KeyWords: Amplifiers (electronic); Bandwidth; Dynamics; Fiber optics; Frequencies; Frequency shift keying; Optical links; Resonance; Solitons; Wave filters, Fiber transmission system; Gordon Haus effect; Optical solitons; Periodically amplified fiber link; Resonant multisoliton collisions; Wavelength division multiplexed soliton system, Frequency division multiplexingDOI: 10.1016/0030-4018(94)00589-M