Abstract

A photonic crystal fiber with a germanosilicate core having a nonlinear coefficient of 40 (Wkm)1 near the single dispersion zero at 1.09μm is fabricated and studied. Broadband parametric wavelength conversion of the Ti:sapphire laser output tunable at 0.8μm to the 1.55μm band is obtained at 1.064μm cw pump. The tuning of the converted signal in the 300nm range was first realized without variation of the pump wavelength.

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