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Generation of a high-repetition-rate train of practically noninteracting solitons by using the induced modulational instability and Raman self-scattering effects

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Abstract

A new method for high-repetition-rate (approximately terahertz) soliton train generation in optical fibers from a cw signal is suggested. The method permits the conversion of all the signal energy into the soliton train energy without the appearance of a pedestal.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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