Abstract

Filters spaced periodically along a transoceanic cable can affect soliton propagation by changing the random walk-off, the amplitude fluctuations, and the force of attraction and repulsion between solitons. The permissible power range for soliton transmission is significantly increased.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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