Using a cavity mode model we study numerically the impact of bandwidth and spectral response profile of fibre Bragg gratings on four-wave-mixing-induced spectral broadening of radiation generated in 6 km and 22 km SMF-based Raman fibre lasers.
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2010|
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- cavity mode model
- bandwidth and spectral response profile of fibre Bragg gratings
- four-wave-mixing-induced spectral broadening of radiation
- Raman fibre lasers.