Theoretical study of dispersive wave generation in ar-filled hollow-core PCF above the plasma threshold
Hollow-core photonic-crystal fibre (HC-PCF)  provides a highly efficient means for investigating light-matter interactions at sustained intensity levels inaccessible to both traditional bulk setups (due to limited interaction lengths) or conventional optical fibres (due to the low damage threshold of glass). Recent experiments have shown that strong UV pulses can be generated, through emission of dispersive radiation, by launching near-IR femtosecond pulses into a gas-filled kagomé-lattice...[Show more]
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