30 January 1990 Nonlinear Propagation Of The Ultrashort Pulses In Monomode Optical Fiber With Resonant Impurities
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Proceedings Volume 1085, Optical Fibres and Their Applications V; (1990) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.952954
Event: Optical Fibers and Their Applications V, 1989, Warsaw, Poland
Abstract
The propagation of the ultrashort pulses in monomode nonlinear fiber with resonant impurities has been studied via computer simulations. The presence of a definite concentration of resonant impurities in nonlinear fiber are found to lead to the reduction of a distance at which single soliton pulse will be formed. However, the deviation of the parameters of the resonant system or carrier frequency at which the condition for the soliton existence is satisfied leads to the instability of pulses and the formation of the quasisolitons and decaying radiation. Both the quasisoliton evolution and Fourier--spectra are discussed.
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Emilius A. Vanagas, Emilius A. Vanagas, } "Nonlinear Propagation Of The Ultrashort Pulses In Monomode Optical Fiber With Resonant Impurities", Proc. SPIE 1085, Optical Fibres and Their Applications V, (30 January 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.952954; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.952954
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