Abstract

We demonstrate all-optical switching at 1550nm between two weakly coupled cores in a photonic crystal fiber for intensities up to 0.5TWcm2. Spectrum analysis at higher intensities reveals that the output was dominated by continuum generation primarily towards shorter wavelengths.

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