Power-scalable tunable UV, visible, and NIR generation from an ultrafast fiber OPA based on four wave mixing in PCF
Yarrow, M. J., Wadsworth, W. J., Lavoute, L., Clowes, J. R. and Grudinin, A. B., 2012. Power-scalable tunable UV, visible, and NIR generation from an ultrafast fiber OPA based on four wave mixing in PCF. Proceedings of the SPIE, 8240, 824005.
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An ultrafast fiber MOPA was developed which delivered high average power and rapid and continuous tunability over the range 1035 - 1070 nm. Through FWM in a single PCF, this source generated greater than 30% conversion efficiency to a narrow linewidth signal with tunability from 720 to 880 nm and a corresponding idler tunable from 1370 to 1880 nm. Generation of tunable signal SHG, signal-pump SFG, pump SHG and pump-idler SFG were demonstrated in a single angle tuned BBO crystal. The combined system enabled tunability over large portions of the UV, visible and NIR spectral range from 370 - 1900 nm with a very simple setup. There is scope for power scaling of the source and extending the wavelength coverage.
|Creators||Yarrow, M. J., Wadsworth, W. J., Lavoute, L., Clowes, J. R. and Grudinin, A. B.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
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