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Origin and stability of dark pulse Kerr frequency combs in normal dispersion microresonators

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Abstract

We theoretically analyze dark pulse Kerr frequency combs in normal dispersion microresonators. A wide range of dark pulses of different widths are found to coexist, and can be described as interlocked switching waves.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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