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A system consisting of a series of microring resonators, incorporating an add/drop system, is presented in order to create ultra-short spatial and temporal single and multisoliton pulses, which can be used for indoor and outdoor optical communications. Chaotic noise can be generated by a bright soliton pulse propagating inside a nonlinear microring resonator system. The results obtained show that a single temporal and spatial soliton pulse, with full width at half maximums of 75 fs, 80 fs, 700 fs, 4.4 ps, and 0.30 nm, can be generated. The add/drop system can be used to generate a high number of ultra-short soliton pulses in the ranges of nanometer/second and picometer/second. The simulated multisolitons have full width at half maximums of 16 ps, 20 pm, 130 ps, and 35 pm and free spectrum ranges of 500 ps, 0.57 nm, 3.5 ns, and 1.4 nm, respectively. The multisolitons generated at the drop port can be used in indoor optical communications, where the ultra-short pulses with a variety of central wavelengths (from λ = 1550 to λ = 1560) from the through port can be multiplexed-demultiplexed along an optical fiber with a length of 50 km. The filtered signals can be obtained at the end of the transmission link used for optical outdoor communications.