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Noise reduction of 20 Gbit/s pulse train using spectrally filtered optical solitons

Noise reduction of 20 Gbit/s pulse train using spectrally filtered optical solitons

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It is demonstrated that intensity noise in an optical pulse train can be effectively reduced by the spectral filtering of solitons in an optical fibre.

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