Abstract

The ultrafast Raman response of C–H vibrations in polymer waveguides on a printed circuit is shown to enable a high-gain amplification and high-order stimulated Raman transformation of ultrashort laser pulses. The pump and Stokes fields coupled by the C–H vibration mode with a vibration cycle of 11fs give rise to multiple Raman sidebands, suggesting the way toward ultrafast optical data processing and few-cycle optical waveform synthesis on a printed-circuit polymer waveguide platform.

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