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Efficient Continuous-Wave Four-Wave Mixing and Self-Phase Modulation in a Bandgap-Engineered AlGaAs Waveguide

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Abstract

By engineering the bandgap to suppress two-photon absorption, we achieve efficient continuous-wave four-wave mixing in a passive AlGaAs waveguide. The observed conversion efficiency (−5.5 dB) is among the highest reported for semiconductor waveguides.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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