Stochastic anti-resonance, that is resonant enhancement of randomness caused by polarization mode beatings, is analyzed both numerically and analytically on an example of fibre Raman amplifier with randomly varying birefringence. As a result of such anti-resonance, the polarization mode dispersion growth causes an escape of the signal state of polarization from a metastable state corresponding to the pulling of the signal to the pump state of polarization.This phenomenon reveals itself in abrupt growth of gain fluctuations as well as in dropping of Hurst parameter and Kramers length characterizing long memory in a system and noise induced escape from the polarization pulling state. The results based on analytical multiscale averaging technique agree perfectly with the numerical data obtained by direct numerical simulations of underlying stochastic differential equations. This challenging outcome would allow replacing the cumbersome numerical simulations for real-world extra-long high-speed communication systems.
|Conference||2015 Spatiotemporal Complexity in Nonlinear Optics|
|Abbreviated title||SCNO 2015|
|Period||31/08/15 → 4/09/15|
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Funding: P7-PEOPLE-2012-IAPP (project GRIFFON, No. 324391)
- stochastic anti-resonance
- fibre Raman amplifier
- telecommunication systems
- stochastic differential equations