Abstract

The continuum generated by the filtering of solitons is studied analytically by use of a perturbation theory and numerically verified. The method applies to any filter transfer function and to sliding-frequency filtering as well. A general method for finding the input pulse adapted to a transmission line is presented and applied to the case of filtering.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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