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Influence of Acousto-Optic Coupling in Nonlinear Pulse Propagation Through Tapered Fiber Optics

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Abstract

We study the influence of acousto-optic effect in nonlinear pulse propagation in tapered with two different diameters. A set of equations are used in order to compute analytically the acousto-optic coupling coefficient between the fundamental core mode and lower LP cladding modes in the structure.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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