Pulse decay after inhomogeization by NIM refraction.
Another movie showing pulse decay after inhomogeization by NIM
Here an extra envelope (modulation) is shown
(red curve) that does not decay.
The decay of the actual pulse can be compared to this red line - that is
how big the pulse would be if it did not decay. Also see how the carriers
go backwards in NIM, and how their values match at the surface but how their
slopes do not match.
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