Abstract

Many impairments degrade signal performance in an optically amplified system. These include noise contributions from the amplifiers, amplifier gain non-uniformity, non-linear distortions due to the Kerr effect in optical fiber and chromatic dispersion.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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