A Nonlinear Optical Device
Birks, Tim, 2001. A Nonlinear Optical Device. G02F1/365-WO0186347 (A1), 05 November 2001.
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A nonlinear optical device, comprises a source of input light having a first spectrum and an optical fibre 10 arranged so that in use the light propagates through the fibre 10, the optical fibre 10 comprises a tapered region including a waist 30, the waist 30 having a diameter smaller than 10 microns for a length of more than 20 mm, wherein the propagating light is converted by nonlinear optical processes into output light having a spectrum different from the first spectrum.
|Creators||Birks, T., Wadsworth, W. and Russell, P.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
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