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Dissipative Kerr Solitons Burst in Microresonator and Time-frequency Analysis

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Abstract

This paper establishes a Kerr soliton burst system by the double-pump method, which supports a single soliton state for over one hour. The soliton is analyzed by short-time Fourier transform to get the time-frequency spectrum.

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