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000266641 0247_ $$a10.1038/s41566-019-0358-x$$2doi
000266641 037__ $$aARTICLE
000266641 245__ $$aPhotonic-chip-based frequency combs
000266641 260__ $$c2019$$aLondon$$bNATURE PUBLISHING GROUP
000266641 269__ $$a2019-03-01
000266641 336__ $$aReviews
000266641 520__ $$aRecent developments in chip-based nonlinear photonics offer the tantalizing prospect of realizing many applications that can use optical frequency comb devices that have form factors smaller than 1 cm(3) and that require less than 1 W of power. A key feature that enables such technology is the tight confinement of light due to the high refractive index contrast between the core and the cladding. This simultaneously produces high optical nonlinearities and allows for dispersion engineering to realize and phase match parametric nonlinear processes with laser-pointer powers across large spectral bandwidths. In this Review, we summarize the developments, applications and underlying physics of optical frequency comb generation in photonic-chip wave-guides via supercontinuum generation and in microresonators via Kerr-comb generation that enable comb technology from the near-ultraviolet to the mid-infrared regime.
000266641 650__ $$aOptics
000266641 650__ $$aPhysics, Applied
000266641 650__ $$aOptics
000266641 650__ $$aPhysics
000266641 6531_ $$aspanning supercontinuum generation
000266641 6531_ $$asilicon wave-guides
000266641 6531_ $$apulse kerr combs
000266641 6531_ $$amu-m
000266641 6531_ $$a2nd-harmonic generation
000266641 6531_ $$acoherent supercontinuum
000266641 6531_ $$aparametric oscillation
000266641 6531_ $$asoliton dynamics
000266641 6531_ $$aoffset detection
000266641 6531_ $$arepetition-rate
000266641 700__ $$aGaeta, Alexander L.
000266641 700__ $$aLipson, Michal
000266641 700__ $$aKippenberg, Tobias J.$$0244694$$g182444
000266641 773__ $$k3$$j13$$q158-169$$tNature Photonics
000266641 8560_ $$fmohammad.bereyhi@epfl.ch
000266641 909C0 $$zPasquier, Simon$$0252348$$yApproved$$pLPQM$$xU11831$$mmohammad.bereyhi@epfl.ch
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000266641 961__ $$afantin.reichler@epfl.ch
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000266641 980__ $$aREVIEW
000266641 980__ $$aWoS
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