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Temporal Tweezing of Polarization Domain Walls in a Fiber Kerr Resonator

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Abstract

We report the experimental demonstration of temporal trapping of polarization domain walls (PDWs) stored in a fiber Kerr resonator. The PDWs are trapped into specific time slots through a phase-modulation scheme of the holding beam.

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