Abstract

We report first phase-resolved measurements of: (1)soliton splitting in integrated devices, (2)self-induced pulse acceleration and (3)suppressed periodic recurrence in χ(3) semiconductor waveguides(1.5mm), revealing novel physics governing ultrafast nonlinear dynamics in nanophotonic chips.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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