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Nonlinear switching in multiple-core couplers

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Abstract

Power-controlled switching between any output ports of different multiple-core nonlinear directional couplers is predicted. The input-output characteristic is calculated both at the half-beat length and the beat length. A second conservation law has been found in addition to the power conservation law.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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