Abstract

The transfer of information in fibers with a large dispersion of the first order is accomplished by a temporal analog of the self-imaging effect. The simulation of signal propagation in a single-mode fiber is considered by using the analogous Fresnel diffraction experiment.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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