Abstract

Transmission control of dark solitons against various perturbations is possible by use of amplifiers with nonlinear gain. Stable propagation of gray and/or black solitons is achieved even in the presence of the Raman effect and mutual interactions between neighboring dark solitons.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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