Abstract

The stimulated Raman gain spectrum of optical fibers has been measured down to 6 cm−1 by means of short pulses. Results for parallel and perpendicular polarizations are reported. With this technique, we observe spectral oscillations arising from a Brillouin mediated coupling between cw and pulsed light.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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