Study Effect Self-Frequency Shift of A Soliton in A Liquid Core Photonic Crystal Fibre
In this study, the dispersion curve family reveals that changing the liquid core fluoro-ethylene increases the dispersion curve and causes the curve to flatten at sugar solution 60% with the second zero dispersion point of the wavelength as the refractive index rises. The two zero dispersion wavelength shifts toward the visible region, and it's clear that Soliton's intensity at the second zero dispersion point is around 10% to 25% of its maximum. These peaks are further subdivided into low amplitude dispersive waves depending on the liquid core used at the anomalous region of the fiber. When a soliton approaches the second point of zero dispersion, the refractive index rises. A broadband continuum named "supercontinuum" will emerge as a result of soliton fission, dispersive wave radiation, and soliton self-frequency shifting. This type of expansion is important in many modern applications, such as medical, industry, and communication systems.