On the designing of densely dispersion-managed optical fiber systems for ultra-fast optical communication

P. Tchofo Dinda, A. Labruyère, Nakkeeran Kaliyaperumal, A. B. Moubissi, S. Piotis, J. Fatome, G. Millot

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Abstract

We present some theoretical and experimental results which suggest the possibility of constructing a non-empirical methodology of designing optical transmission systems with ultra high bit-rate per channel. Theoretically, we present an average dispersion decreasing densely dispersion-managed (A4DM) fiber system, which exhibits many advantages over the densely dispersion-managed fiber system, such as the possibility of transmitting chirp-free Gaussian pulses at 160 Gbit/s per channel over transoceanic distances, with a reduced energy and minimal intra-channel interaction. Experimentally we present generation of a 160-GHz picosecond pulse train at 1550 nm using multiple four-wave mixing temporal compression of an initial dual frequency beat signal in the anomalous-dispersion regime of a non-zero dispersion shifted fiber. A complete intensity and phase characterization of the pulse train by means of a frequency-resolved optical gating technique is achieved, showing generation of transform-limited pedestal-free Gaussian pulses.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1785-1808
Number of pages23
JournalAnnales des Télécommunications
Volume58
Publication statusPublished - 2003

Keywords

  • optical telecommunication
  • optical fibre transmission
  • wave dispersion
  • system design
  • high rate
  • ultrashort pulse
  • four wave mixing
  • stimulated Raman scattering
  • non linear equation
  • theoretical study
  • experimental result
  • long distance transmission
  • pulse generator
  • INDUCED MODULATIONAL INSTABILITY
  • PULSE-TRAIN GENERATION
  • FREQUENCY BEAT SIGNAL
  • SOLITON TRANSMISSION
  • LOOP MIRROR
  • COMPRESSION
  • SUPPRESSION
  • ZERO

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Tchofo Dinda, P., Labruyère, A., Kaliyaperumal, N., Moubissi, A. B., Piotis, S., Fatome, J., & Millot, G. (2003). On the designing of densely dispersion-managed optical fiber systems for ultra-fast optical communication. Annales des Télécommunications, 58, 1785-1808.

On the designing of densely dispersion-managed optical fiber systems for ultra-fast optical communication. / Tchofo Dinda, P.; Labruyère, A.; Kaliyaperumal, Nakkeeran; Moubissi, A. B.; Piotis, S.; Fatome, J.; Millot, G.

In: Annales des Télécommunications, Vol. 58, 2003, p. 1785-1808.

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Tchofo Dinda, P, Labruyère, A, Kaliyaperumal, N, Moubissi, AB, Piotis, S, Fatome, J & Millot, G 2003, 'On the designing of densely dispersion-managed optical fiber systems for ultra-fast optical communication', Annales des Télécommunications, vol. 58, pp. 1785-1808.
Tchofo Dinda, P. ; Labruyère, A. ; Kaliyaperumal, Nakkeeran ; Moubissi, A. B. ; Piotis, S. ; Fatome, J. ; Millot, G. / On the designing of densely dispersion-managed optical fiber systems for ultra-fast optical communication. In: Annales des Télécommunications. 2003 ; Vol. 58. pp. 1785-1808.
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