Abstract

The optical pulse evolution in a highly nonlinear normal dispersion-increasing fiber has been considered, both experimentally and theoretically. It was found that large spectral broadening in tapered waveguides could occur without temporal instabilities and impose the linear frequency modulation, i.e., chirp, required for high-quality pulse compression. The pedestal-free pulses have been demonstrated after dechirping in a standard single-mode fiber.

© 2015 IEEE

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