Abstract

We report experimental analysis of optical fibers thermally poled over long lengths using novel types of internal liquid electrodes to generate effective second-order nonlinearities. Our analysis includes transmission losses, depletion region formation, SHG at telecom pump wavelengths.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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