Abstract

A 12.5 GHz-spaced optical frequency comb spanning 1380 nm to 1820 nm is generated via filtering and nonlinearly broadening a 250 MHz-spaced comb. Sidemode suppression from 1380 nm to 1630 nm has been measured.

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