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High energy dissipative Raman soliton laser through XPM stabilization

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Dispersion, nonlinearity and gain determine the intracavity pulse behaviour. We show that pump depletion and XPM play a significant role in the stabilization of high energy dissipative Raman solitons. Using this theoretical knowledge, we predict and demonstrate 7-nJ femtosecond pulses at 1120 nm.

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