Abstract

We perform a linear stability analysis of the Ablowitz–Biondini equations to explain the dynamic evolution of the noise squeezing, caused by the interplay among optical solitons and noise components, of initially uncorrelated statistics in fiber systems with dispersion management.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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