Synchronization of nonsolitonic Kerr combs.

@article{Kim2021SynchronizationON,
  title={Synchronization of nonsolitonic Kerr combs.},
  author={Bok Young Kim and Jae K. Jang and Yoshi Okawachi and Xingchen Ji and Michal Lipson and Alexander L. Gaeta},
  journal={Science advances},
  year={2021},
  volume={7 43},
  pages={
          eabi4362
        }
}
[Figure: see text]. 
Integrated Kerr frequency comb-driven silicon photonic transmitter
Anthony Rizzo1,†, Asher Novick1,†, Vignesh Gopal1,†, Bok Young Kim, Xingchen Ji, Stuart Daudlin, Yoshitomo Okawachi, Qixiang Cheng, Michal Lipson, Alexander L. Gaeta, and Keren Bergman Department ofExpand

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