Abstract

We demonstrate supercontinuum spanning from 2.2 to 4.6 µm in a dispersion-engineered, As2Se3 microwire using a mode-locked holmium fiber laser operating at 2.9 µm. The output spectrum is > 50 times broader than the input laser spectrum.

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