Frequency conversion over two-thirds of an octave in silicon nanowaveguides.

@article{TurnerFoster2010FrequencyCO,
  title={Frequency conversion over two-thirds of an octave in silicon nanowaveguides.},
  author={Amy C. Turner-Foster and Mark A. Foster and Reza Salem and Alexander L Gaeta and Michal Lipson},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2010},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={1904-8}
}
We demonstrate ultrabroad-bandwidth low-power frequency conversion of continuous-wave light in a dispersion engineered silicon nanowaveguide via four-wave mixing. Our process produces continuously tunable four-wave mixing wavelength conversion over two-thirds of an octave from 1241-nm to 2078-nm wavelength light with a pump wavelength in the telecommunications C-band. 
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