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Stabilizing multiple solitons in Kerr microresonator frequency combs

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We explore highly ordered configurations of up to 27 Kerr-cavity solitons in a silica disk microresonator. Our work relaxes thermal stability requirements for Kerr-soliton generation, and suggests a mechanism that mediates soliton interactions.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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