Widely tunable femtosecond solitonic radiation in photonic crystal fiber cladding
Peng, J. H., Sokolov, A. V., Benabid, F., Biancalana, F., Light, P., Couny, F. and Roberts, P. J., 2010. Widely tunable femtosecond solitonic radiation in photonic crystal fiber cladding. Physical Review A: Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, 81 (3), 031803.
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We report on a means to generate tunable ultrashort optical pulses. We demonstrate that dispersive waves generated by solitons within the small-core features of a photonic crystal fiber cladding can be used to obtain femtosecond pulses tunable over an octave-wide spectral range. The generation process is highly efficient and occurs at the relatively low laser powers available from a simple Ti:sapphire laser oscillator. The described phenomenon is general and will play an important role in other systems where solitons are known to exist.
|Creators||Peng, J. H., Sokolov, A. V., Benabid, F., Biancalana, F., Light, P., Couny, F. and Roberts, P. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
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