We experimentally observed the emission of phase-matched resonant radiation in the form of solitonic dispersive wave
in a fabricated photonic crystal fiber by pumping picosecond and femtosecond pulses close to zero-dispersion
wavelength in normal dispersion regime. The generation of such phase matched radiation does not require a soliton to be
formed and red-shifted in nature. Shock front from the leading edge of the input pump initiates the resonant radiation.
The radiation develops in the anomalous dispersion domain and found to be confined both in spectral and temporal
domain. The resonance mechanism can be well explained from the numerical simulation governed by generalized
nonlinear Schrödinger equation.