Abstract

Group velocity matching has been observed in an optical fiber. The matching occurred in a fiber Raman oscillator pumped by mode-locked laser pulses. The group velocity difference between pump and Stokes pulses due to material dispersion was compensated for by the group delay between two different waveguide modes.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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