Abstract

Second-harmonic generation is demonstrated in AlGaAs-on-insulator waveguides at telecom wavelengths. Using this material platform, a maximum internal normalized efficiency of 1202±55%W1cm2 is achieved for a 100 fs pulsed excitation wavelength at 1560 nm. This finding is important towards enabling new chip-scale devices for sensing, metrology, and quantum optics.

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