High average power super-continuum generation using 1 mm noise burst and highly-nonlinear photonic crystal fibre


Super-continuum generation at 1 μm using amplified spontaneous emission noise burst rather than coherent ultra-short pulses is proposed and demonstrated. The noise burst is generated from pumping an ytterbium-doped fibre followed by external modulation. By launching the amplified noise burst into a highly-nonlinear photonic crystal fibre with dispersion zero at around one μm, depolarised super-continuum is generated over 500 nm with a twenty three dBm average power.

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