Abstract

We predict narrowband parametric amplification in dispersion-tailored photonic crystal waveguides made of gallium indium phosphide. We use a full-vectorial model including the dispersive nature both of the nonlinear response and of the propagation losses. An analytical formula for the gain is also derived.

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