Power and chirp effects on the frequency stability of resonant dispersive waves generated in photonic crystal fibres
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Optimization of laser output parameters vs. f-to-2f beating signals can be mutually contradicting, when an octave-spanning supercontinuum is employed for f-to-2f measurements. We show that resonant dispersive waves will solve this issue, thanks to their frequency stability against changes in laser power and chirping.
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Cao, T., Liu, M., Xu, C., Yan, J., Shen, C., Liu, S., ... Sokolov, A. V.