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  • CLEO/Europe and IQEC 2007 Conference Digest
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  • paper IG1_1

Interplay of external gradients and material defects in the dynamics of semiconductor cavity solitons

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Cavity Solitons (CSs) are localized intensity peaks that can form in a homogeneous background of radiation. They are generated by shining laser pulses into optical cavities that contain a nonlinear medium driven by a coherent field (holding beam). The ability to switch CSs on and off and to control their location and motion makes them interesting as potential ‘pixels’ for reconfigurable arrays or all-optical processing units [1].

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