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Raman lasers with Germania-core and silica-cladding fibers

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Mid-infrared Raman laser sources based on Germania-core and silica-cladding fibers pumped at ~2.0 μm pulsed/cw lasers are studied experimentally. Cascaded Raman laser with emission wavelength up to 2.53 μm and supercontinuum generation with maximum wavelength up to 3.1 μm are achieved, respectively.

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