Abstract

The dynamic behavior of ultrahigh-bit-rate solitons is studied. We predict the radiated energy from a soliton by employing perturbation theory. The process of loss cancellation is analyzed, and it is shown that distributed erbium-doped fibers, tens of soliton periods long, provide an improved transmission compared with that for lumped amplification.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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