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Impact of polarisation-mode dispersion in dispersion-managed soliton systems

Impact of polarisation-mode dispersion in dispersion-managed soliton systems

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Since enhanced power solitons are usually applied in dispersion-managed soliton systems, it might be expected that dispersion-managed solitons have a stronger resistance to polarisation-mode dispersion than conventional solitons. However, it is shown that dispersion-managed solitons behave similarly to conventional solitons in terms of resistance to polarisation-mode dispersion.

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