Abstract

Chirped fiber gratings [1] are an effective solution for dispersion compensation in dense, high bit-rate WDM systems because of the high bandwidth × dispersion figure of merit, the capability to compensate higher order dispersion [2,3], and especially the absence of non-linear effects.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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