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000169275 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1364/OE.16.005435
000169275 022__ $$a1094-4087
000169275 037__ $$aARTICLE
000169275 245__ $$a730-nm optical parametric conversion from near- to short-wave infrared band
000169275 260__ $$bOptical Society of America$$c2008
000169275 269__ $$a2008
000169275 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000169275 520__ $$aA record 730 nm parametric conversion in silica fiber from the near-infrared to the short-wave infrared band is reported and analyzed. A parametric gain in excess of 30 dB was measured for a signal at 1300 nm (with corresponding idler at 2030 nm). This conversion was performed in a travelling single-pass one-pump parametric architecture and high efficiency is achieved by a combination of high peak power and a nonlinear fiber with a reduced fourth-order dispersion coefficient.
000169275 6531_ $$aFiber optics amplifiers and oscillators
000169275 6531_ $$aFiber optics communications
000169275 6531_ $$aNonlinear optics, fibers
000169275 700__ $$aChavez-Boggio, Jose M.
000169275 700__ $$aWindmiller, Joshua R.
000169275 700__ $$aKnutzen, Michael
000169275 700__ $$aJiang, Rui
000169275 700__ $$0245937$$g210231$$aBrès, Camille
000169275 700__ $$aAlic, Nikola
000169275 700__ $$aStossel, Bryan
000169275 700__ $$aRadic, Stojan
000169275 773__ $$j16$$tOptics Express$$k8$$q5435-5443
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