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Notch nonlinear frequency shift in AlGaAs Bragg grating waveguides

Clerici, M. and Peccianti, M. and Strain, M.J. and Tannouri, P. and Pasquazi, A. and Ho, S.P. and Rowe, I. and Rutkowska, K.A. and Sorel, M. and Morandotti, R. (2011) Notch nonlinear frequency shift in AlGaAs Bragg grating waveguides. In: 2011 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics. IEEE. ISBN 9781557529107

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Abstract

We present an investigation on the nonlinear dynamics of intense pulses in an AlGaAs Bragg waveguide and we report the experimental observation of an intensity dependent blue-shift of the Bragg notch spectral line.