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Theory of modal attraction in bimodal birefringent optical fibers

Theory of modal attraction in bimodal birefringent optical fibers
Theory of modal attraction in bimodal birefringent optical fibers
Nonlinear mode coupling among two beams of different wavelength that copropagate in a bimodal highly birefringent optical fiber may lead to the effect of modal attraction. Under such circumstances, the modal distribution of light at a pump wavelength is replicated at the signal wavelength, nearly irrespective of the input mode excitation conditions of the signal.
0146-9592
2029-2031
Guasoni, M.
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Kozlov, V.V.
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Wabnitz, S.
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Guasoni, M.
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Kozlov, V.V.
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Guasoni, M., Kozlov, V.V. and Wabnitz, S. (2013) Theory of modal attraction in bimodal birefringent optical fibers. Optics Letters, 38 (12), 2029-2031. (doi:10.1364/OL.38.002029).

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Abstract

Nonlinear mode coupling among two beams of different wavelength that copropagate in a bimodal highly birefringent optical fiber may lead to the effect of modal attraction. Under such circumstances, the modal distribution of light at a pump wavelength is replicated at the signal wavelength, nearly irrespective of the input mode excitation conditions of the signal.

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Published date: 4 June 2013

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Local EPrints ID: 442701
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/442701
ISSN: 0146-9592
PURE UUID: 89c6ff77-ab30-4b30-a52e-4b6e16b16872

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Date deposited: 23 Jul 2020 16:32
Last modified: 03 Aug 2022 17:15

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Author: M. Guasoni
Author: V.V. Kozlov
Author: S. Wabnitz

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