Abstract

The effect of synchronous Raman gain in a single-mode fiber on a weak signal exhibiting modulational instability is shown spectrally and temporally to give rise to the rapid development of a single ultrashort solitary wave and a low-level dispersive pedestal.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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