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Title: Experimental observation of shaking soliton molecules in a dispersion-managed fiber laser
Authors: Xia, Ran
Luo, Yiyang
Ping Shum, Perry
Ni, Wenjun
Liu, Yusong
Quoc Lam, Huy
Sun, Qizhen
Tang, Xiahui
Zhao, Luming
Keywords: Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Xia, R., Luo, Y., Ping Shum, P., Ni, W., Liu, Y., Quoc Lam, H., Sun, Q., Tang, X. & Zhao, L. (2020). Experimental observation of shaking soliton molecules in a dispersion-managed fiber laser. Optics Letters, 45(6), 1551-1554.
Project: MOE2019-T1-001-111
Journal: Optics letters
Abstract: Recent progress in real-time spectral interferometry enables access to the internal dynamics of optical multisoliton complexes. Here, we report on the first, to the best of our knowledge, experimental observation of shaking soliton molecules by means of the dispersive Fourier transform technique. Beyond the simplex vibrating soliton pairs, multiple oscillatory motions can jointly involve in the internal dynamics, reminiscent of the shaking soliton pairs. Both quasi-periodically and chaotically evolving phase oscillations are approached in the sense of different oscillatory frequencies. In addition, the shaking soliton pair combined with sliding phase dynamics is also observed, and is interpreted as the superposition of two different internal motions. All of these results shed new light on the internal dynamics of soliton molecules with higher degrees of freedom, as well as enrich the framework toward multisoliton complexes.
ISSN: 0146-9592
DOI: 10.1364/OL.388113
Rights: © 2020 Optical Society of America. All rights reserved.
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