Abstract

We found conditions for excitation of bright–bright 2π solitons in stimulated Raman scattering that involves nutation of population at Raman quantum levels, for two (laser–Stokes) and three (e.g., laser–Stokes–anti-Stokes) components. The soliton components at all participating frequencies are bright solitons of the same, Lorentzian, shape, in contrast to the well-known bright–dark soliton combination in stimulated Raman scattering.

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