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Optical Solitons in Fibers

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概要 Optical solitons in fibers are a beautiful example of how an abstract mathematical concept has had an impact on new information transmission technologies. The concept of all-optical data transmission ...with optical soliton systems is now setting the standard for the most advanced transmission systems. The book deals with the motion of light waves in optical fibers, the evolution of light wavepackets, optical information transfer, all-optical soliton transmission systems, the control of optical solitons, polarization effects, dispersion-managed solitons, WDM transmission, soliton lasers, all-optical switching and other applications. This book is a must for all researchers and graduate students active in the field of optical data transmission.続きを見る
目次 1. Introduction
2. Wave Motion
2.1 What is Wave Motion?
2.2 Dispersive and Nonlinear Effects of a Wave
2.3 Solitary Waves and the Korteweg de Vries Equation
2.4 Solution of the Korteweg de Vries Equation
3. Lightwave in Fibers
3.1 Polarization Effects
3.2 Plane Electromagnetic Waves in Dielectric Materials
3.3 Kerr Effect and Kerr Coefficient
3.4 Dielectric Waveguides
4. Information Transfer in Optical Fibers and Evolution of the Lightwave Packet
4.1 How Information is Coded in a Lightwave
4.2 How Information is Transferred in Optical Fibers
4.3 Master Equation for Information Transfer in Optical Fibers: The Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation
4.4 Evolution of the Wave Packet Due to the Group Velocity Dispersion
4.5 Evolution of the Wave Packet Due to the Nonlinearity
4.6 Technical Data of Dispersion and Nonlinearity in a Real Optical Fiber
4.7 Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation and a Solitary Wave Solution
4.8 Modulational Instability
4.9 Induced Modulational Instability
4.10 Modulational Instability Described by the Wave Kinetic Equation
5. Optical Solitons in Fibers
5.1 Soliton Solutions and the Results of Inverse Scattering
5.2 Soliton Periods
5.3 Conservation Quantities of the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation
5.4 Dark Solitons
5.5 Soliton Perturbation Theory
5.6 Effect of Fiber Loss
5.7 Effect of the Waveguide Property of a Fiber
5.8 Condition of Generation of a Soliton in Optical Fibers
5.9 First Experiments on Generation of Optical Solitons
6. All-Optical Soliton Transmission Systems
6.1 Raman Amplification and Reshaping of Optical Solitons-First Concept of All-Optical Transmission Systems
6.2 First Experiments of Soliton Reshaping and of Long Distance Transmission by Raman Amplifications
6.3 First Experiment of Soliton Transmission by Means of an Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier
6.4 Concept of the Guiding Center Soliton
6.5 The Gordon-Haus Effect and Soliton Timing Jitter
6.6 Interaction Between Two Adjacent Solitons
6.7 Interaction Between Two Solitons in Different Wavelength Channels
7. Control of Optical Solitons
7.1 Frequency-Domain Control
7.2 Time-Domain Control
7.3 Control by Means of Nonlinear Gain
7.4 Numerical Examples of Soliton Transmission Control
8. Influence of Higher-Order Terms
8.1 Self-Frequency Shift of a Soliton Produced by Induced Raman Scattering
8.2 Fission of Solitons Produced by Self-Induced Raman Scattering
8.3 Effects of Other Higher-Order Dispersion
9. Polarization Effects
9.1 Fiber Birefringence and Coupled Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations
9.2 Solitons in Fibers with Constant Birefringence
9.3 Polarization-Mode Dispersion
9.4 Solitons in Fibers with Randomly Varying Birefringence
10. Dispersion-Managed Solitons (DMS)
10.1 Problems in Conventional Soliton Transmission
10.2 Dispersion Management with Dispersion-Decreasing Fibers
10.3 Dispersion Management with Dispersion Compensation
10.4 Quasi Solitons
11. Application of Dispersion Managed Solitons for Single-Channel Ultra-High Speed Transmissions
11.1 Enhancement of Pulse Energy
11.2 Reduction of Gordon-Haus Timing Jitter
11.3 Interaction Between Adjacent Pulses
11.4 Dense Dispersion Management
11.5 Nonstationary RZ Pulse Propagation
11.6 Some Recent Experiments
12. Application of Dispersion Managed Solitons for WDM Transmission
12.1 Frequency Shift Induced by Collisions Between DM Solitons in Different Channels
12.2 Temporal Shift Induced by Collisions Between DM Solitons in Different Channels
12.3 Doubly Periodic Dispersion Management
12.4 Some Recent WDM Experiments Using DM Solitons
13. Other Applications of Optical Solitons
13.1 Soliton Laser
13.2 Pulse Compression
13.3 All-Optical Switching
13.4 Solitons in Fibers with Gratings
13.5 Solitons in Microstructure Optical Fibers
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