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Generation of synchronous ultrahigh-repetition-rate bright/dark pulse trains by using nonlinear beat-signal conversion techniques

Grudinin, A.B., Richardson, D.J., Chamberlin, R.P., Dong, L. and Payne, D.N. (1994) Generation of synchronous ultrahigh-repetition-rate bright/dark pulse trains by using nonlinear beat-signal conversion techniques In, OFC 94, optical fiber communication: summaries of papers presented at the Conference on Optical Fiber Communication, February 20-25, 1994, San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California. Washington, US, Optical Society of America pp. 90-91. (Technical digest series, 4).

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Abstract

The generation and propagation of bright arid dark soliton pulses is of great scientific interest with relevance to many futuristic telecommunication with optical processing applications. Bright solitons have been the subject of intense experiment investigation: However. the experimental study of dark-pulse behavior has been limited. This situation is in no small part due to the difficulty of generating and measuring such pulse forms.

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Published date: 1994

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Local EPrints ID: 77091
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/77091
ISBN: 0780318757
PURE UUID: 61a68edc-0e20-4d43-a513-43649564f634

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:34

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Author: A.B. Grudinin
Author: D.J. Richardson
Author: R.P. Chamberlin
Author: L. Dong
Author: D.N. Payne

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