Soliton Content of Fiber-Optic Light Pulses

This is a review of fiber-optic soliton propagation and of methods to determine the soliton content in a pulse, group of pulses or a similar structure. Of central importance is the nonlinear Schrödinger equation, an integrable equation that possesses soliton solutions, among others. Several extensi... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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Weitere Personen: Christoph Mahnke verfasserin; Alexander Hause verfasserin
Quelle: In Applied Sciences (01.06.2017)
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