Abstract

Propagation of a 150-fs optical pulse in a broad-area semiconductor amplifier with many-body effects, plasma heating, cooling, and memory effects included is predicted to produce a self-induced transient waveguide and cause strong transverse pulse distortion.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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