Abstract

A mid-infrared supercontinuum source covering 3–10 μm is successfully demonstrated in a 4-cm-long As2Se3 core and As2S5 cladding step-index chalcogenide fiber pumped with the MIR pulse generated by difference frequency generation.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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