Abstract

We generate a 790-nm wide Mid-IR supercontinuum, spanning from 1.63 μm to 2.42 μm, in a hydrogenated amorphous silicon waveguide. The pump source is a 160-fs Thulium doped fiber laser centered at 1910 nm.

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