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Vector Soliton Bunching in Thulium-Holmium Fiber Laser Mode-Locked With PbS Quantum-Dot-Doped Glass Absorber

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5 Author(s)
Regina Gumenyuk ; Optoelectronics Research Centre, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland ; Maxim S. Gaponenko ; Konstantin V. Yumashev ; Alexei A. Onushchenko
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Saturable absorber based on PbS quantum-dot-doped glasses exhibiting bi-temporal recovery dynamics provides effective means for control of vector soliton bunching in 2-μm spectral range. The slow response of absorption creates an attractive force between pulses, and a bunch of tightly bounded vector solitons propagates in a cavity as an entity. Subjected to the joint action of attractive and repulsive forces, the solitons tend to oscillate within the bunch.

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IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 7 )