Dissipative soliton resonances
We have found a dissipative soliton resonance which applies to nonlinear dynamical systems governed by the complex cubic-quintic Ginzburg-Landau equation. Specifically, for particular values of the equation parameters, the soliton energy increases indefinitely. These equation parameters can easily be found using approximate methods, and the results agree very well with numerical ones. The phenomenon can be very useful in the design of high-power passively mode-locked lasers.
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