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Coexistence of vector soliton Kerr combs in normal dispersion resonators

@inproceedings{Kostet2021CoexistenceOV,
  title={Coexistence of vector soliton Kerr combs in normal dispersion resonators},
  author={B. Kostet and Y. Soupart and Krassimir Panajotov and Mustapha Tlidi},
  year={2021}
}
We investigate the formation of dark vector localized structures in the presence of nonlinear polarization mode coupling in optical resonators subject to a coherent optical injection in the normal dispersion regime. This simple device is described by coupled Lugiato-Lefever equations. The stabilization of localized structures is attributed to a front locking mechanism. We show that in a multistable homogeneous steady-state regime, two branches of dark localized structures can coexist for a… Expand

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