Vol. 50, Issue 2, pp. 241-250
M-type combined solitary wave, birefringent fiber, fifth-order nonlinearity
In this paper, we reveal the transmission properties of the M-type combined solitary wave in birefringent fiber with third-order dispersion, self-frequency shift, self-steepening, fifth-order nonlinearity and the gain (loss) effects. The numerical simulations show that the M-type solitary wave can be stably transmitted through 300 dispersion lengths via balancing the variety of effects. And it can even be stably transmitted under the condition of limited interference under a small perturbation of noise, amplitude and phase position. The results can provide certain references for the research of optical soliton communication and optical devices.