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Advanced Photonics & Renewable Energy
We demonstrate that modulation instability gain of time-localized signals (i.e., pulsed signals) depends strongly on the third-order dispersion, contrary to the well-known case of time-extended signals (cw signals). This surprising contribution of an odd dispersion term on this four-photon-mixing process is established analytically and confirmed by numerical simulations.doi:10.1364/np.2010.nmc7 fatcat:j7ykw2rljjd63lo4mvvpuiwj2a