Abstract

Nonlinear optical microresonators driven by continuous-wave (CW) lasers have enabled a variety of novel applications and phenomena including the generation of optical frequency combs [1], [2]. Particularly the formation of femtosecond temporal dissipative Kerr-cavity soliton pulses [3], [4] has recently attracted significant attention as it enables the generation of ultra-short optical pulse as well as low noise frequency combs with tens of Gigahertz repetition rates.

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