Relation between spectrum bandwidth and the effects of chromatic dispersion in optical transmissions

Relation between spectrum bandwidth and the effects of chromatic dispersion in optical transmissions

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The authors have shown numerically, and confirmed experimentally, that reducing the bandwidth of the sequence spectrum (as opposed to the pulse spectrum), for instance using a duobinary coding, does not necessarily improve the propagation through dispersive fibres.


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