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Noise in supercontinuum generated using PM and non-PM tellurite glass all-normal dispersion fibers

Noise in supercontinuum generated using PM and non-PM tellurite glass all-normal dispersion fibers
Noise in supercontinuum generated using PM and non-PM tellurite glass all-normal dispersion fibers
Intensity fluctuations in supercontinuum generation are studied in polarization-maintaining (PM) and non-PM all-normal dispersion tellurite photonic crystal fibers. Dispersive Fourier transformation is used to resolve the shot-to-shot spectra generated using 225-fs pump pulses at 1.55 µm, with experimental results well reproduced by vector and scalar numerical simulations. By comparing the relative intensity noise for the PM and non-PM cases, supported by simulations, we demonstrate the advantage of the polarization-maintaining property of the PM fibers in preserving low-noise dynamics. We associate the low-noise in the PM case with the suppression of polarization modulation instability.
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D. S., Shreesha Rao, Karpate, Tanvi, Ghosh, Amar, Gonzalo, Iván B., Klimczak, Mariusz, Pysz, Dariusz, Buczyński, Ryszard, Billet, Cyril, Bang, Ole, Dudley, John M. and Sylvestre, Thibaut (2022) Noise in supercontinuum generated using PM and non-PM tellurite glass all-normal dispersion fibers. Optics Letters, 47 (10), 2550-2553, [10]. (doi:10.1364/OL.455571).

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Abstract

Intensity fluctuations in supercontinuum generation are studied in polarization-maintaining (PM) and non-PM all-normal dispersion tellurite photonic crystal fibers. Dispersive Fourier transformation is used to resolve the shot-to-shot spectra generated using 225-fs pump pulses at 1.55 µm, with experimental results well reproduced by vector and scalar numerical simulations. By comparing the relative intensity noise for the PM and non-PM cases, supported by simulations, we demonstrate the advantage of the polarization-maintaining property of the PM fibers in preserving low-noise dynamics. We associate the low-noise in the PM case with the suppression of polarization modulation instability.

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Accepted/In Press date: 18 April 2022
Published date: 9 May 2022
Additional Information: arXiv:2203.05388

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/457429
ISSN: 0146-9592
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Date deposited: 07 Jun 2022 16:59
Last modified: 16 Nov 2022 18:17

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Author: Shreesha Rao D. S.
Author: Tanvi Karpate
Author: Amar Ghosh
Author: Iván B. Gonzalo
Author: Mariusz Klimczak
Author: Dariusz Pysz
Author: Ryszard Buczyński
Author: Cyril Billet
Author: Ole Bang
Author: John M. Dudley
Author: Thibaut Sylvestre

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