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Multiple pulse generation through modulational instability in nonlinear fiber Bragg grating

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4 Author(s)
B. J. Eggleton ; Sch. of Phys., Sydney Univ., NSW, Australia ; C. M. de Sterke ; R. E. Slusher ; J. E. Sipe

In recent experiments we have demonstrated the generation and propagation of slow soliton-like pulses in nonlinear fiber Bragg gratings. The soliton effects occur at around 10 GW/cm2 where the intensity is sufficient to balance the strong anomalous dispersion of the grating. At higher intensities we have observed additional phenomena, which we discuss here: pulse splitting through a modulational instability and the formation of multiple solitons

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Optical Fiber Communication. OFC 97., Conference on

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16-21 Feb 1997