Raman-induced localization in Kerr waveguide arrays.

Authors:
Dr Dima Cheskis, PhD
Dr Dima Cheskis, PhD
Ariel University
Lecturer
Ariel, Israel | Israel

Opt Lett 2007 Aug;32(16):2459-61

School of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel.

We show that during the spatiotemporal compression in a periodic Kerr waveguide array, stimulated Raman scattering can effectively balance the effects of self-phase modulation, diffraction, and group-velocity dispersion, eliminating collapse and breakup over a wide range of input powers and leading to stable propagation in a single site.

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