Abstract

Continuous wave lasing in the visible spectral region from a molecular iodine-filled hollow core photonic crystal fiber is demonstrated. More than an order of magnitude improvement in photon conversion efficiency has been achieved compared to previous nonfiber-based geometries in this spectral region. The laser shows strong coupling of pump and laser polarization.

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