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The development of hollow core photonic crystal fibers with low losses over a broad spectral region in the near IR enabled the demonstration of a novel laser type Hollow-core Optical Fiber Gas Laser… (More)
We report on numerical and experimental results on the influence of cladding ring in hypocycloid-core Kagome HC-PCF. The number of rings has moderate effect on confinement loss whereas strong… (More)
Trapping or cooling molecules has rallied a long-standing effort for its impact in exploring new frontiers in physics and in finding new phase of matter for quantum technologies. Here we demonstrate… (More)
We report on the development of hypocycloidal-core kagome HC-PCF operating efficiently in the 450nm-650nm visible spectral range. Transmission loss as low as 70dB/km is achieved. Strong Raman comb… (More)
We report on the first experimental observation of Fano resonances in inhibited-coupling guiding Kagome fiber. A high-spectral resolution fiber-transmission showed the typical Fano asymmetric feature… (More)
CW lasing in the 1280-1340 nm region is demonstrated from molecular iodine gas contained in a hollow-core kagome structured photonic crystal fiber when optically pumped at 532 nm.
We report on tapered inhibited coupling Kagome-fiber with a down-ratio as large as 2.4 while maintaining the hypocycloid-core shape. The insertion-loss of SMF spliced to tapered Kagome-fiber was… (More)
We report on numerical and experimental results showing the influence of cups curvature of hypocycloid-core Kagome HC-PCF on the confinement loss. Fabricated fibers with circular cups demonstrate… (More)
We report on enlarged hollow-core diameter inhibited coupling Kagome fibers with record loss of 100 dB/km and ppm power overlap with silica surround, suitable for high energy ultrafast laser handling.
Strong self-compression of high energy femtosecond laser pulses was experimentally obtained in several hypocycloid-core kagome fibers and under different regimes. By tailoring the fiber properties,… (More)