Abstract

We present a flat, visible 1.3-octave supercontinuum generated in a GeO2-doped photonic crystal fiber owing to an overlap of the modulation instability and Raman gain regions resulting in efficient energy transfer to new frequency components.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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