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Ultra-high speed soliton transmission in presence of polarisation mode dispersion using in-line synchronous modulation

Ultra-high speed soliton transmission in presence of polarisation mode dispersion using in-line synchronous modulation

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It is shown numerically that in-line synchronous modulation is especially useful for extending the transmission distance in the presence of large polarisation mode dispersion in ultrahigh speed (40 and 80 Gbit/s) optical soliton transmission systems.

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