Abstract

We demonstrate numerically that local conversion of dispersion-managed return-to-zero pulses into nonlinear Schrödinger solitons fully restores optical filtering control for energy stabilization, thus permitting the association of optical regeneration with dispersion-managed propagation. Experimental validation is achieved by means of 40-Gbit/s regenerated dispersion-managed loop transmission over 10,000 km.

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