Coherent control of flexural vibrations in dual-nanoweb fibre using phase-modulated two-colour cw laser light
Summary form only given. Optical fields that are spatio-temporally shaped in amplitude and/or phase can be used to coherently control light-matter interactions. An example is the use of femtosecond pulse trains to selectively drive GHz phonons in the core of a photonic crystal fibre (PCF) . These phonons generate, by stimulated Raman-like scattering (SRLS), Stokes and anti-Stokes side-bands within the same optical mode, all spaced by a pump-frequency-independent SRLS shift. Giant SRLS gain...[Show more]
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