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By Govind Agrawal

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From a practical standpoint, one needs to know the amount of peak power Pin required to excite the fundamental Bragg soliton. The soliton period z0 is another important parameter relevant for soliton formation since it sets the length scale over which optical solitons evolve. We can use Eq. 8) with N = 1 to estimate both of them. Using the expressions for β2g and γg from Eq. 76T0 . Both Pin and z0 depend through v on detuning of the laser wavelength from the edge of the stop band located at δ = κ.

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