Stable Soliton Excitations in Modulational Instability Regime with the Fourth-order Effects

@inproceedings{Duan2016StableSE,
  title={Stable Soliton Excitations in Modulational Instability Regime with the Fourth-order Effects},
  author={Liang Duan and Li-Chen Zhao and Wenliu Xu and Chong Liu and Zhan-Ying Yang and Wen-Li Yang},
  year={2016}
}
We study the correspondence between modulational instability and types of fundamental nonlinear excitation in a nonlinear fiber with both third-order and fourth-order effects. Some stable soliton excitations are obtained in modulational instability regime, which have not been found in nonlinear fibers with second-order effects and third-order effects. Explicit analysis suggests that the stable soliton existence is related with the modulation stability circle in the modulation instability regime… 
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