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Efficient Self-Similar Spectral Compression of Chirped Soliton Pulses in Nonlinear Fibers with Exponentially Increasing Dispersion

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Abstract

The self-similar spectral compression of chirped soliton pulses is numerically demonstrated in fibers with exponentially increasing dispersion. A spectral compression factor of 16.12 is achieved, which is higher than that of chirp-free input pulses.

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