Abstract

Temporal dissipative solitons in microresonators constitute a novel class of ultra-short optical pulse generators. Here we study the influence of resonator mode-structure, particularly avoided mode crossings, on soliton formation and derive resonator design criteria.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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