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Impact of DCF properties on system design

  • René-Jean Essiambre
  • Peter J. Winzer
  • Diego F. Grosz
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Part of the Optical and Fiber Communications Reports book series (OFCR, volume 5)

The dispersion-compensating fiber is an important optical element of current and future optical networks. In this paper, we review the impact that various properties of dispersion-compensating fibers has on the performance of optical communication systems.

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IEEE Photon Dispersion Compensation Device Under Test Differential Group Delay Beat Noise 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • René-Jean Essiambre
    • 1
  • Peter J. Winzer
    • 2
  • Diego F. Grosz
    • 3
  1. 1.Lightwave Systems DeptBell Labs, Lucent TechnologiesHolmdelUSA
  2. 2.Photonic Networks DeptBell Labs, Lucent TechnologiesHolmdelUSA
  3. 3.Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA)Argentina

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