Polarization Modulation Instability in Dispersion-Engineered Photonic Crystal Fibers
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Loredo-Trejo, Abraham; Díez Cremades, Antonio; Silvestre Mora, Enrique; Andrés, Miguel V. Perfil
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Generation of widely spaced polarization modulation instability (PMI) sidebands in a wide collection of photonic crystal fibers (PCF), including liquid-filled PCFs, is reported. The contribution of chromatic dispersion and birefringence to the net linear phase mismatch of PMI is investigated in all-normal dispersion PCFs and in PCFs with one (or two) zero dispersion wavelengths. Large frequency shift sidebands are demonstrated experimentally. Suitable fabrication parameters for air-filled and liquid-filled PCFs are proposed as guidelines for the development of dual-wavelength light sources based on PMI.

    Loredo-Trejo, Abraham Díez, Antonio Silvestre Mora, Enrique Andrés, Miguel V. 2021 Polarization Modulation Instability in Dispersion-Engineered Photonic Crystal Fibers Crystals (Basel) 11 365
https://doi.org/10.3390/cryst11040365

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