Abstract

We present a technique for photonic crystal fiber dispersion measurement. We demonstrate that investigating supercontinuum using cross-correlation frequency resolved optical gating (XFROG) technique can be used for quantitatively characterizing dispersion and observing orthogonal polarization modes in polarization maintaining photonic crystal fibers. In addition, an XFROG trace of supercontinuum generated in a polarization maintaining photonic crystal fiber reveals complex behavior of orthogonal polarization modes that is different in normal and anomalous dispersion regions of the photonic crystal fiber.

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