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Stationary rescaled pulse in dispersion-decreasing fiber for pedestal-free pulse compression

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Abstract

By using the concept of a stationary rescaled pulse (SRP), we analyze an adiabatic soliton compression system based on dispersion-decreasing fiber (DDF). We show that a SRP can exist in a DDF with a linearly decreasing dispersion profile and that the SRP resembles a linearly chirped sech2 pulse. According to the analysis, we show numerically that pedestal-free pulse compression is possible by using the SRP.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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