Highly-efficient, octave spanning soliton self-frequency shift using a specialized photonic crystal fiber with low OH loss
Dekker, S. A., Judge, A. C., Pant, R., Gris Sanchez, I., Knight, J. C., de Sterke, C. M. and Eggleton, B. J., 2011. Highly-efficient, octave spanning soliton self-frequency shift using a specialized photonic crystal fiber with low OH loss. Optics Express, 19 (18), pp. 17766-17773.
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We report the first demonstration of efficient, octave spanning soliton self-frequency shift. In order to achieve this we used a photonic crystal fiber with reduced OH absorption and widely spaced zero-dispersion wavelengths. To our knowledge, this is the largest reported frequency span for a tunable, fiber-based source. In addition, we observe the generation of light above 2 m m directly from a Ti:Sapphire laser in the form of Cerenkov emission by the soliton when the red-shift saturates at the edge of the anomalous dispersion region.
|Creators||Dekker, S. A., Judge, A. C., Pant, R., Gris Sanchez, I., Knight, J. C., de Sterke, C. M. and Eggleton, B. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
|Research Centres||Centre for Photonics and Photonic Materials|
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