Abstract

The transmission of dark solitons in ultralong transmission systems with optical amplification is numerically investigated. We show that amplifier noise is responsible for a random frequency shift with a resulting time jitter 2 times lower than that observed for bright solitons.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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