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Compression Limit by Third-Order Dispersion in the Normal Dispersion Regime

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5 Author(s)
Ayhan Demircan ; Weierstrass Inst. for Appl. Anal. & Stochastics, Berlin ; Marcel Kroh ; Uwe Bandelow ; Bernd Httl
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Broadband continua at gigahertz rates generated in high-nonlinear dispersion-flattened fibers in the normal dispersion regime near the zero-dispersion wavelength can be used for a subsequent efficient pulse compression, leading to stable high-repetition-rate trains of femtosecond pulses. We show experimentally and theoretically that third-order dispersion defines a critical power, where beyond further compression is inhibited. This fundamental limit is caused by a pulse-breakup

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IEEE Photonics Technology Letters  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 22 )