Abstract

Modulation instabilities caused by self-phase modulation occur in normally dispersive waveguides, provided that the power, dispersion or nonlinearity varies along propagation. Propagation through two different segments with positive dispersion is shown to be unstable.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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