Abstract

Fiber-optic multioctave supercontinuum generation is a unique resource for ultrafast optical science, enabling ultrabroadband frequency-comb technologies and paving the way for the photonics of subcycle field waveforms. Extension of these methods to the mid-infrared spectral range is challenging as it calls for new fiber solutions that would allow a high optical nonlinearity in the mid-IR to be combined with broadband transmission and suitably tailored dispersion. Kagome-cladding and antiresonance-guiding single-ring (SR) hollow-core (HC) photonic-crystal fibers stand out as examples of fiber designs that can provide this unique combination of properties [1-4].

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