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Theoretical and experimental study of microstructured chalcogenide As2S3 fibers for frequency conversion

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Abstract

The potential of mid-IR frequency conversion in As2S3 microstructured fibers is assessed using an effective index method. The dispersion measurement setup used to validate the model on real chalcogenide fibers is also presented.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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