Abstract

The phase-matching curves for the four-wave mixing effect of Bragg scattering in two fibers with opposite sign β4 dispersion coefficients have been measured experimentally. The measured phase-matching curves are in good agreement with theoretical expectations, and their dependence on several key parameters has been determined.

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