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Mid-wavelength Infrared Supercontinuum Generation Spanning 1.4 Octaves in a Silicon-Germanium Waveguide

Abstract : We report mid-wavelength infrared supercontinuum generation, from 2.6 to 7.3μm, in a CMOS compatible silicon-germanium waveguide. This 1.4 octave bright supercontinuum (~7.5mW on chip generated average power) has been achieved in a low loss (<0.4dB/cm) dispersion engineered air-clad Si0.6Ge0.4/Si waveguide pumped close to the first zero-dispersion wavelength using a tunable OPA laser delivering ~200fs pulses at 4.15μm.
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Milan Sinobad, Christelle Monat, Barry Luther-Davies, Pan Ma, Stephen Madden, et al.. Mid-wavelength Infrared Supercontinuum Generation Spanning 1.4 Octaves in a Silicon-Germanium Waveguide. CLEO: QELS Fundamental Science 2018, May 2018, San Jose, United States. pp.FTh1E.5, ⟨10.1364/CLEO_QELS.2018.FTh1E.5⟩. ⟨hal-02006480⟩

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