Soliton propagation of microwave modulated signal through single-mode optical fiber
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Sinusoidally modulated optical signal transmission is experimentally investigated over a 30 km standard single-mode fiber using a range of optical input powers. Experiments and computer simulations showed that fiber-induced self-phase modulation generates a chirp on the signal with an effect opposite to that induced by chromatic dispersion. Calculations were performed to investigate the distortions caused by simultaneous dispersion and non-linearity using a range of fiber parameters. Soliton propagation of the microwave/millimeter wave modulated signal is reported at elevated intensities in lossless and loss compensated cases.
Keywordsfiber optics nonlinear optics microwave technology
PACS42.81.-i 42.65.-k 84.40.-x
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