Abstract

The generation of correlated photon pairs plays a central role in several quantum mechanics applications, such as quantum information, and cryptography [1]. Correlated photon pairs can be generated inside an optical fiber through the parametric process of degenerated four-wave mixing (FWM) [2]. In this paper we report the results of two different experiments where wavelength shift of FWM bands in normal dispersive PCFs is investigated.

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