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Dispersion Measurement of Infrared Specialty Fibers

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We demonstrate broadband (>250nm) dispersion measurements and theoretical calculations in a set of short-length specialty fibers in the 2.16-2.41µm wavelength range for femtosecond mid-IR applications using an ultrabroadband Cr:ZnS laser as a source.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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