Abstract

Frequency comb spanning more than one octave has been achieved by injecting the second harmonic generation (780 nm) of a mode-locked fiber laser (1.56 µm) into a photonic crystal fiber. We propose and realize a novel interferometric scheme for observing the carrier-envelope offset frequency.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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