Abstract

Stimulated Brillouin scattering amplification is demonstrated in 1 cm-long chalcogenide glass waveguides. The waveguides are directly written using a Ti:Sapphire laser operated at 810 nm wavelength. A Brillouin frequency shift of 7.45 GHz is observed.

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