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We report the first chalcogenide-based optical parametric oscillator (OPO) relying on pure parametric gain. The all-fiber OPO operates in the wavelength range of 2 μm and is tunable over 290 nm from… (More)
We report a chalcogenide microwire-based optical parametric oscillator (OPO). The all-fiber OPO is tunable in the wavelength band of 2 μm, with a threshold peak power of 5 W and slope efficiency of… (More)
We demonstrate all-fiber far-detuned and widely tunable mid-infrared wavelength conversion using As2Se3 microwires. In a first experiment, an idler is generated and tuned from 2.351 to >2.500 μm from… (More)
Dual-band fiber lasers are emerging as a promising technology to penetrate new industrial and medical applications from their dual-band properties, in addition to providing compactness and… (More)
We demonstrate optical transmission results of highly nonlinear As2Se3 optical microwires cladded with fluorine-based CYTOP, and compare them with microwires cladded with typical hydrogen-based… (More)
We demonstrate a dual-band Tm:ZBLAN fiber ring laser with synchronized Q-switched pulses and a dual-band simultaneous mode-locked Tm:ZBLAN fiber linear laser at 1.48 μm and 1.85 μm using a common… (More)
We demonstrate a multi-wavelength Brillouin Tm<sup>3+</sup>-doped fiber laser at 1873 nm in a linear cavity. Five order Brillouin wavelengths with channel spacing of ∼0.1 nm are obtained.
We report, to the best of our knowledge, the first all-fiber frequency-resolved optical gating device from nonlinear processing in chalcogenide glass. The strong four-wave mixing efficiency of an 11… (More)
We demonstrate all-fiber and widely tunable mid-infrared wavelength converters using As2Se3 microwires cladded with fluorine-based Cyclic Transparent Optical Polymer. Normal dispersion parametric… (More)
The operation of a mid-infrared Raman fiber laser based on a polymer-coated As<sub>2</sub>Se<sub>3</sub> microwire is investigated experimentally and numerically.