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Demonstration of high Raman gain in a submicrometer-size silicon-on-insulator waveguide

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Abstract

We show high Raman gain in a silicon submicrometer-size planar waveguide. Using high-confinement structures and picosecond pump pulses, we show 3.1-dB net internal gain with 2.8-W peak pump power in a 7-mm-long waveguide. We also analyze experimentally and theoretically the effect of free-carrier absorption on the Raman gain.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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