Abstract

It is demonstrated analytically and numerically that dark solitons always disappear owing to the stimulated Raman effect. Instead of dark solitons, the stable propagation of optical kinks on the cw background in the region of the normal group-velocity dispersion is possible.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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