Abstract

We demonstrate an octave-spanning frequency comb via parametric four-wave mixing in a monolithic, high-Q silicon nitride microring resonator. The comb is generated from a single-frequency pump laser and spans 180 THz with a 226-GHz spacing.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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