Abstract

We present a Raman converter emitting at 583 nm on the second Stokes order of a line of propan-2-ol pumped by a microlaser at 532 nm in the sub-nanosecond regime. We used a mixture of liquids to adapt the transmission band of a photonic bandgap fiber. The internal conversion efficiency is 67% in photon numbers, and the output power is 1.06 mW, corresponding to a maximum peak power of 338 W. The beam delivered by the converter presents a Gaussian spatial structure and a high spectral brightness, typically more than five times higher than supercontinuum sources in this spectral range.

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