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Soliton propagation Simulation

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Soliton propagation Simulation



11 May 2007 (Updated )

NLSE has been solved under soliton conditions

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NLSE has been solved under Soliton conditions. So that Soliton propagation can be simulated. The results are displayed in the form of 3D pulse at regular intervals, phase change and pulse broadening ratios are also calculated.

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18 Jul 2016 Hafid yacine

merci pour le partage

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16 Apr 2016 Jumana Halaseh

Thank you Roman.. I have a question: in pulse broadening ratio, what is the number of steps ??? is it the distance traveled ?

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21 Mar 2016 Roman

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Ld=(N^2)/(g*Po);%dispersion length for corresponding soliton order
I guess that its length of nonlinear propagation. Dispersion length = T0^2/(betta2)

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05 Mar 2016 Jumana Halaseh

Thank u so much for the code. I have a question, when I increase the Po nothing happens to the op-pulse, i put stem3 instead of mesh to notice the width, increasing the power should cause pulse compression but the width remain unchanged, which parameter should I change ?

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16 Apr 2011 Mohsin Shah

how can we add birefringent element in fiber link using Matlab??

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22 Jun 2009 wei xingchun

Thanks. Very good.

29 Sep 2007 benhaoues atef

please can you send me any toolboxs about fibre optiques or simulink link

15 May 2007 dridi kais

interpritation+code source en matlab pour sumiler la propagation d'une impulsion solitonique d'ordre N=1,2,3,4 dans un fibre optique par la m├ęthode de SSFM

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03 Apr 2016 1.0

Dispersion, and other entities units should be in coherence

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