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This paper reports on the recent progress in the design and fabrication of high-nonlinearity lead-silicate holey fibers (HFs). First, the fabrication of a fiber designed to offer close to the maximum… (More)
We report on the progress of bismuth oxide glass holey fibers for nonlinear device applications. The use of micron-scale core diameters has resulted in a very high nonlinearity of 1100 W-1 km-1 at… (More)
We demonstrate four-wave-mixing based wavelength conversion at 1.55 mum in a 2.2 m-long dispersion-shifted lead-silicate holey fiber. For a pump peak power of ~6 W, a conversion efficiency of -6 dB… (More)
We report on the development of small-core high-NA lead silicate and bismuth glass holey fibers. We measured high nonlinearity (1100 W/sup -1/ km/sup -1/ in bismuth holey fiber) and predicted… (More)
In this paper we present significant progress on the fabrication of small-core lead-silicate holey fibers. The glass used in this work is SF57, a commercially available, highly nonlinear Schott… (More)
We report the fabrication of lead silicate holey fibers with record nonlinearities of up to 1860 W/sup -1/m/sup -1/ at 1.55 /spl mu/m. Broadband supercontinuum generation is obtained in a dispersion… (More)
We report on the fabrication of the first bismuth-oxide-based glass holey fiber. We measured high nonlinearity of /spl gamma/=460 W/sup -1/ km/sup -1/ at 1550 nm. Simulations predict anomalous… (More)
We review our recent progress in the area of microstructured fiber design, fabrication and applications with particular emphasis on the control of both the nonlinearity and dispersion.
We present, for the first time to our knowledge, the use of a dispersion-shifted soft-glass holey fiber (HF) in a Kerr-shutter configuration. Wavelength conversion of 10-Gb/s data pulses is achieved… (More)
We report experimental results on a dual suspended core nanomechanical optical fibre. Optical switching of light from one core to another is achieved through moving one core by just 8 nm.