Abstract

The effect of mutual interaction between second-order soliton and dispersive waves (DWs) is investigated. It is predicted analytically and confirmed numerically that DWs (both transmitted and reflected components) become polychromatic after interaction with the soliton. Collision with DWs of considerable intensity can lead to acceleration/deceleration and central frequency shift of the soliton, while still preserving the soliton’s oscillating structure. Two second-order solitons with resonant DWs trapped between them can form an effective solitonic cavity with “flat” or “concave mirrors,” depending on the intensity of the input.

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