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11 May 2006 Ultra-short pulse propagation in two-level medium possessing permanent dipole moments
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Proceedings Volume 6255, ICONO 2005: Nonlinear Space-Time Dynamics; 62550K (2006)
Event: ICONO 2005, 2005, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
The effects are observed of propagation of an ultimately short (in one or several oscillation) electromagnetic pulse in a medium whose resonance transition characterized both by diagonal and non-diagonal matrix elements of dipole operator. The Maxwell-Bloch set of equation is employed without the approximation of slowly varying amplitudes. The analog of MacCall and Hahn area theorem is discussed corresponding to the process of the initial ultimately short pulse break up into subpulses. A novel solution is found in the form of a stable solitary bipolar signal, whose pulse area is not zero- non-zero breather.
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S. O. Elyutin and A. I. Maimistov "Ultra-short pulse propagation in two-level medium possessing permanent dipole moments", Proc. SPIE 6255, ICONO 2005: Nonlinear Space-Time Dynamics, 62550K (11 May 2006);


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