Dynamics of supercontinuum generation in argon-filled Kagome-structured hollow-core photonic crystal fiber
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MENG Fan-Chao School of Precision Instrument and Opto-Electronics EngineeringTianjin University mengfc1989@tju.edu.cn 
LIU Bo-Wen Tianjin University  
WANG Si-Jia Qian Xuesen Laboratory of Space Technology  
LIU Jun-Ku Qian Xuesen Laboratory of Space Technology  
LI Yan-Feng Tianjin University  
WANG Qing-Yue Tianjin University  
HU Ming-Lie Tianjin University huminglie@tju.edu.cn 
Abstract:Bright supercontinuum was experimentally generated in an argon-filled hypocycloid-core Kagome fiber pumped by a femtosecond laser. The spectrum of the generated supercontinuum can be controlled by changing the gas pressure and input pulse energy. By use of a pump laser centered at 980 nm, a bright broadband supercontinuum ranging from 340 nm to 1550 nm was generated. The dynamics of the supercontinuum generation in the argon-filled Kagome fiber was investigated using an accurate carrier-resolving unidirectional pulse propagation equation.
keywords:supercontinuum, high order soliton, gas-filled fiber, photonic crystal fiber
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