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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Simple Four-wave-mixing-based Method For Measuring The Ratio Between The Third- And Fourth-order Dispersion In Optical Fibers|
|Author:||Chavez Boggio J.M.|
|Abstract:||A simple four-wave-mixing (FWM)-based method for measuring the ratio between the third- and the fourth-order dispersion coefficients (β3/β4) in optical fibers is reported. The FWM interaction involves a low power laser and a low power amplified spontaneous emission noise source. The method is applied in several dispersion-shifted and non-zero-dispersion-shifted fibers with lengths varying from 0.03 to 25 km, and we have obtained an error of less than 3% in measuring β3/β4. In highly nonlinear fibers the error has presented a strong dependency with longitudinal variations of the zero-dispersion wavelength (λ0); an error less than 20% could be obtained in most of the tested fibers. Our method also allows for a fast estimation of the distribution of fluctuations of λ0 along the fiber. © 2007 Optical Society of America.|
|Editor:||Optical Society of American (OSA)|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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