Abstract

Periodic breathing of pulse width owing to strong dispersion management leads to significant overlap between adjacent pulses in long-distance fiber-optic transmissions. A striking result is that beyond a critical degree of overlap the interaction forces are no longer increased and are even reduced as the overlap is enhanced.

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