Pulse-Splitting and AM-FM Conversion in a Nonlinear Dispersive Medium
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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Experimental and theoretical results are presented for nonlinear dispersive waveguide modes in an acoustic duct. We report observations of a localized envelope which splits into two disturbances moving with two different velocities of propagation. As a consequence, we predict that if a signal is amplitude modulated at the source, spatial beating between the two disturbances will occur, and at periodic positions in space the signal will become frequency modulated. These results can have applications in an all-optical AM-FM conversion and in high data rate fiber optic communications. Acoustics, Nonlinear acoustics.
- Fiber Optics and Integrated Optics