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Title: Demonstration of Intermodal Four-Wave Mixing by Femtosecond Pulses Centered at 1550 nm in an Air-Silica Photonic Crystal Fiber
Authors: Jinhui Yuan;Zhe Kang;Feng Li;Xianting Zhang;Xinzhu Sang;Guiyao Zhou;Qiang Wu;Binbin Yan;Kuiru Wang;Chongxiu Yu;Hwa Yaw Tam;P. K. A. Wai
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this paper, we demonstrated experimentally the intermodal four-wave mixing effect by launching femtosecond pulses centered at 1550 nm into deeply normal dispersion region in the fundamental guided-mode of an air-silica photonic crystal fiber with two zero dispersion wavelengths. When intermodal phase-matching condition is satisfied, the energy of the pump waves at 1550 nm in the fundamental guided-mode is converted to the anti-Stokes waves around 1258 nm and Stokes waves around 2018 nm both in the second-order guided-mode. When femtosecond pulses at input average power <italic>P</italic><sub>av</sub> of 90 mW are propagated inside 22-cm-long photonic crystal fiber, the conversion efficiencies <italic>&x03B7;</italic><sub>as</sub> and <italic>&x03B7;</italic><sub>s</sub> of the anti-Stokes and Stokes waves generated are 8.5&x0025; and 6.8&x0025;, respectively. We also observed that the influences of the fiber bending and walk-off effect between the fundamental and second-order guided-modes on intermodal four-wave mixing-based frequency conversion process are very small.
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issue: 12
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Title: Demonstration of Intermodal Four-Wave Mixing by Femtosecond Pulses Centered at 1550 nm in an Air-Silica Photonic Crystal Fiber
Authors: Jinhui Yuan;Zhe Kang;Feng Li;Xianting Zhang;Xinzhu Sang;Guiyao Zhou;Qiang Wu;Binbin Yan;Kuiru Wang;Chongxiu Yu;Hwa Yaw Tam;P. K. A. Wai
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this paper, we demonstrated experimentally the intermodal four-wave mixing effect by launching femtosecond pulses centered at 1550 nm into deeply normal dispersion region in the fundamental guided-mode of an air-silica photonic crystal fiber with two zero dispersion wavelengths. When intermodal phase-matching condition is satisfied, the energy of the pump waves at 1550 nm in the fundamental guided-mode is converted to the anti-Stokes waves around 1258 nm and Stokes waves around 2018 nm both in the second-order guided-mode. When femtosecond pulses at input average power <italic>P</italic><sub>av</sub> of 90 mW are propagated inside 22-cm-long photonic crystal fiber, the conversion efficiencies <italic>&x03B7;</italic><sub>as</sub> and <italic>&x03B7;</italic><sub>s</sub> of the anti-Stokes and Stokes waves generated are 8.5&x0025; and 6.8&x0025;, respectively. We also observed that the influences of the fiber bending and walk-off effect between the fundamental and second-order guided-modes on intermodal four-wave mixing-based frequency conversion process are very small.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/148669
volume: 35
issue: 12
More Information: 2385,
2390
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: Demonstration of Intermodal Four-Wave Mixing by Femtosecond Pulses Centered at 1550 nm in an Air-Silica Photonic Crystal Fiber
Authors: Jinhui Yuan;Zhe Kang;Feng Li;Xianting Zhang;Xinzhu Sang;Guiyao Zhou;Qiang Wu;Binbin Yan;Kuiru Wang;Chongxiu Yu;Hwa Yaw Tam;P. K. A. Wai
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this paper, we demonstrated experimentally the intermodal four-wave mixing effect by launching femtosecond pulses centered at 1550 nm into deeply normal dispersion region in the fundamental guided-mode of an air-silica photonic crystal fiber with two zero dispersion wavelengths. When intermodal phase-matching condition is satisfied, the energy of the pump waves at 1550 nm in the fundamental guided-mode is converted to the anti-Stokes waves around 1258 nm and Stokes waves around 2018 nm both in the second-order guided-mode. When femtosecond pulses at input average power <italic>P</italic><sub>av</sub> of 90 mW are propagated inside 22-cm-long photonic crystal fiber, the conversion efficiencies <italic>&x03B7;</italic><sub>as</sub> and <italic>&x03B7;</italic><sub>s</sub> of the anti-Stokes and Stokes waves generated are 8.5&x0025; and 6.8&x0025;, respectively. We also observed that the influences of the fiber bending and walk-off effect between the fundamental and second-order guided-modes on intermodal four-wave mixing-based frequency conversion process are very small.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/148669
volume: 35
issue: 12
More Information: 2385,
2390
Appears in Collections:2017

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