Abstract

We demonstrate the first experimental wavelength broadening of mid-infrared super-continuum from a ZBLAN fiber in an arsenide selenide fiber. The input spectrum, limited at 4 µm, was extended to 4.9 µm with an average output power of 20 mW.

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