Abstract

We describe a simple optical-pulse-equalization technique for minimizing pulse dispersion in a single-mode fiber transmission system utilizing the positive- and the negative-dispersion characteristics of single-mode fibers on both sides of a zero-chromatic-dispersion wavelength.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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