Abstract

A more than two-octave mid-infrared supercontinuum with an average output power of 15.6 mW covering 1.7-7.5 μm (1,333-5,900 cm−1) is generated in a low-loss As38Se62 suspended core fiber with core diameter of 4.5 μm.

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