Abstract

A method incorporating controllable mode interaction is proposed for Kerr frequency comb generation in normal-dispersion microresonators. Repetition-rate-tunable combs and broadband mode-locking transitions are demonstrated by using dual silicon nitride microrings.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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