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Source of spectral and temporal instability in soliton fiber lasers

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Abstract

We present an experimental verification of the theoretical scaling relationship of the spectral components that are a characteristic of instability in fiber soliton lasers and are dominant when the system length is comparable with the related soliton length.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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