Transient analysis of a nonlinear fiber ring resonator

Fraile-Pelaez, F. Javier; Prol, Miguel
September 1993
Applied Physics Letters;9/13/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p1477
Academic Journal
Examines the transient behavior of a nonlinear two-coupler ring resonator (TCRR). Analysis on the TCRR response speed; Dependence of fiber attenuation on the insertion losses of the couplers; Use of beam propagation method to study the nonlinear sections of TCRR.


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