Abstract

We perform a study of soliton generation by a passively mode-locked laser using a slow saturable absorber. We show theoretically that multisoliton regimes of generation are possible. The values of the parameters are found where one-, two-, or three-soliton solutions exist.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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