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Coupling between parallel dark spatial soliton waveguides

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Abstract

Dark spatial solitons are able to guide light in a self-defocusing Kerr-type medium by inducement of a refractive-index profile equivalent to a dielectric waveguide. We derive the coupling coefficients between two parallel dark soliton waveguides and investigate the coupling length as a function of various dark soliton and guided-wave parameters.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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