114 Gbit/s soliton train generation through Raman self-scattering of a dual frequency beat

July 1993
Applied Physics Letters;7/19/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p293
Academic Journal
Examines the generation of 114 gigabit trains of 250 femtosecond fundamental solitons. Conversion of intense optical beat signal into soliton train; Methods for high repetition-rate pulse train generation; Nonlinear propagation of the optical signal.


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