Abstract

We demonstrated that impairments caused by chromatic dispersion, fiber nonlinearity, and the ASE of optical amplifiers were effectively suppressed using in-line PSA repeaters. Over 3200-km transmission of 28-Gb/s BPSK signal was achieved without dispersion compensation.

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