Abstract

A second-harmonic output from amplified InGaAsP diode-laser pulses has successfully induced a supercontinuum generation in holey optical fibers. Spectral broadening of over 100-nm has been demonstrated with a low-averaged optical power of less than 100 microwatts.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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