Abstract

We report the spectral distribution of the parametric process generated in a photonic crystal fiber pumped by a chirped pulse. The spectral correlation of four-wave mixing has been measured using the dispersive Fourier transform method. From statistical analysis of multiple shot-to-shot spectral measurements, the spectral correlation between the signal and idler photons reveals physical insights into the particular portion of the pump spectrum responsible for generating the four-wave mixing. Therefore, the shape of the correlation map indicates directly the temporal and spectral links between the signal and the pump, which are highly important to design a four-wave mixing based amplifier.

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