Dissipative soliton (DS) is a well-known concept attracting substantial practical and fundamental interest [1]. DS generation is often accompanied by the DS resonance effect, when energy of soliton is growing with increasing its temporal duration. Following resonance leads to peak power clamping effect and narrowing optical spectrum that potentially limits a performance of fiber laser [2]. Also, in the area of high-energy solitons strong limitation on peak power is affected by stimulated Raman scattering saturating peak power of a soliton [3].

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