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10 June 1997 Stochastization of monochromatic wave propagation in an optical single-mode fiber
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Proceedings Volume 3177, CIS Selected Papers Nonlinear Dynamics of Laser and Optical Systems; (1997) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.276184
Event: Nonlinear Dynamics of Laser and Optical Systems, 1997, Russia, Russian Federation
Abstract
The effect of the optical fiber inhomogeneities, giving rise to stochastization of the transmitted signal, is investigated in the canonical formulation. The nonlinear stage of the modulation instability of the pump wave in the three-wave approximation is considered. The analytical analysis of the equations for the wave amplitudes in the Hamiltonian form shows that a `stochastic layer', i.e. the region in which the phase trajectories behave chaotically, is formed in the phase space of a dynamic system even at a rather weak inhomogeneity of the fiber. The estimates indicate that the phenomenon under study is very likely to be observed in experiments.
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Michael I. Rabinovich and Michael Sh. Tsimring "Stochastization of monochromatic wave propagation in an optical single-mode fiber", Proc. SPIE 3177, CIS Selected Papers Nonlinear Dynamics of Laser and Optical Systems, (10 June 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.276184
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