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Sideband Formation in Soliton Lasers and Transmission

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Abstract

Both optical communication systems and erbium doped fibre lasers have been developed in which the pulses are thought of as being solitons. The propagation is insensitive to periodic changes in the pulse energy occuring on length scales, Za short compared with the soliton period, Z0, as formalised in the Average Soliton Model[1]. Such energy variations are caused by the lumped amplifiers in transmission schemes, or output couplers in a fibre laser cavity.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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