Experimental observations of rare giant pulses or rogue waves were done in the output intensity of an optically injected semiconductor laser. The long-tailed probability distribution function of the pulse amplitude displays clear non-Gaussian features that confirm the rogue wave character of the intensity pulsations. Simulations of a simple rate equation model show good qualitative agreement with the
experiments and provide a framework for understanding the observed extreme amplitude events as the result of a deterministic nonlinear process.
CitationBonatto, C. [et al.]. Deterministic optical rogue waves. "Physical review letters", 29 Juliol 2011, vol. 107, núm. 5, p. 1-5.
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