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Gap solitons experiments within the bandgap of a nonlinear Bragg grating

Gap solitons experiments within the bandgap of a nonlinear Bragg grating
Gap solitons experiments within the bandgap of a nonlinear Bragg grating
Chapter 9: In 1979 Winful et al. showed theoretically that the transmission of a nonlinear Bragg gratings was a multivalued function of the input intensity when the frequency of the incident light lay within the grating's band gap. Since then much work both experimental and theoretical has been done on the nonlinear properties of Bragg gratings and in this chapter we present a brief review of our work concentrating on nonlinear light propagation in Bragg gratings at frequencies within the bandgap.
1437-0379
201-219
Springer
Broderick, N.G.R.
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Kamiya, T.
Monemar, B.
Venghaus, H.
Yamamoto, Y.
Broderick, N.G.R.
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Kamiya, T.
Monemar, B.
Venghaus, H.
Yamamoto, Y.

Broderick, N.G.R. (2003) Gap solitons experiments within the bandgap of a nonlinear Bragg grating. In, Kamiya, T., Monemar, B., Venghaus, H. and Yamamoto, Y. (eds.) Nonlinear Photonic Crystals. (Springer Series in Photonics) Berlin, DE. Springer, pp. 201-219.

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Chapter 9: In 1979 Winful et al. showed theoretically that the transmission of a nonlinear Bragg gratings was a multivalued function of the input intensity when the frequency of the incident light lay within the grating's band gap. Since then much work both experimental and theoretical has been done on the nonlinear properties of Bragg gratings and in this chapter we present a brief review of our work concentrating on nonlinear light propagation in Bragg gratings at frequencies within the bandgap.

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Published date: 2003
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/386398
ISSN: 1437-0379
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