Abstract

In this work, we report the experimental generation and observation of mid-infrared supercontinuum in tellurite and chalcogenide suspended-core fibers pumped close to their zero-dispersion in femtosecond regime. The resulting supercontinua extend until 2.8 µm in tellurite and 3.2 µm in chalcogenide fibers.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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