Dispersion-managed soliton fiber laser with random dispersion, multiphoton absorption and gain dispersion

Gurkirpal Singh Parmar, Rajib Pradhan, B. A. Malomed, Soumendu Jana

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We address the generation and interaction of dispersion-managed dissipative solitons (DMDSs) in a model of fiber lasers with the cubic-quintic nonlinearity, multiphoton absorption and gain dispersion. Both anomalous and normal segments of the dispersion map include random dispersion fluctuations. Effects of the gain dispersion, higher-order nonlinearity and randomness on the generation of DMDS are demonstrated. The solitons exhibit breather-like evolution, and are found to be robust, up to a certain critical level of the random-dispersion component, which is sufficiently high. The roles of multiphoton absorption, gain dispersion and nonlinearity on the DMDS are also identified in the absence of randomness. Pair wise interactions of solitons lead, most typically, to their merger, with breaking of the left-right symmetry. The outcome of the collisions is more sensitive to the initial temporal separation between the solitons than to their phase difference.

Original languageEnglish
Article number105501
JournalJournal of Optics (United Kingdom)
Issue number10
StatePublished - 7 Sep 2018


  • dispersion-managed soliton
  • dissipative soliton
  • fiber laser
  • multiphoton absorption
  • random dispersion


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