Abstract

Fiber four-wave mixing in transmission lines with multistage optical amplifiers is studied. A theoretical model is described, and a fundamental experiment is carried out. It is shown that the phase-mismatching characteristic differs in transmission lines with and without amplifiers.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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