Nonlinear optical fiber
A single-mode optical fiber that has a distinctive structure that increases the nonlinear optical effect. It produces ten times the nonlinear optical effect of conventional optical fibers. In the future, it is expected that the performance will be enhanced by ten- to as much as one hundred-fold above current levels by developing the fiber's structure and material.
 Optical amplitude noise
Spontaneous emission noise generated when using an optical amplifier to amplify optical signals.
One trillionth of a second.
 Optical parametric amplification effect
A type of nonlinear optical effect in which when a strong pump optical wave and signal optical wave are input into fiber, a new signal optical wave and idler wave are output. During the process, the optical signal power is amplified.
 Differential phase shift keying(DPSK)
A phase modulation scheme in which the phase of a signal is modulated by 180 degrees corresponding to the digital data of "0" or "1". In this scheme, the phase difference between two successive signals carries data.
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