Perturbative effects on ultra-short soliton self-switching
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A numerical study of ultra-short self-soliton switching along with the corresponding analysis of coupler parameters is carried out for a Kerr coupler with intermodal dispersion. The influence of perturbations like third-order dispersion, self-steepening and intrapulse Raman scattering, on switching characteristics is also studied.
KeywordsSoliton switching nonlinear directional coupler intermodal dispersion third-order dispersion Raman effect self-steepening
PACS Nos42.65.-k 42.65.Pc
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