Abstract

We numerically and experimentally investigate the asymmetrically phase-detuned dual pumping of a passive inhomogeneous fiber ring cavity. This configuration originates from the fine control of frequency mismatch between the frequency spacing of the bichromatic pump and the free spectral range of the cavity. Multicomb states at offset frequencies can be selectively generated by means of the mismatch parameter and the coexistence of Turing and Faraday instabilities.

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