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9 March 2020 Single-shot observations of the noise-induced modulation instability in optical fibers (Conference Presentation)
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We present two single-shot experiments devoted to the study of noise-induced modulation instability (MI) in optical fibers. The first one, performed in a recirculating fiber loop, enables the first observation of the space-time dynamics of MI. The second one uses a heterodyne version of time microscope (SEAHORSE) that enables the single-shot observation of the phase and of the amplitude of the nonlinear random waves. Our SEAHORSE has a subpicosecond resolution and allows observation within a window of observation of 160ps. Our observations provide new experimental insights into the fundamental problem of spontaneous MI.
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Pierre Suret, Alexandre Lebel, Adrien Kraych, Francois Copie, Alexey Tikan, and Stephane Randoux "Single-shot observations of the noise-induced modulation instability in optical fibers (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 11265, Real-time Measurements, Rogue Phenomena, and Single-Shot Applications V, 1126503 (9 March 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2543720
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