Diode-pumped environmentally stable stretched-pulse fiber laser

TitleDiode-pumped environmentally stable stretched-pulse fiber laser
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsJones, D. J., LE Nelson, HA Haus, and EP Ippen
JournalIeee Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics
Pagination1076 - 1079
Date Published1997/08//
ISBN Number1077-260X
Keywordsfemtosecond, fiber laser, optical pulse compression, ring lasers, short pulse generation, stretched-pulse fiber laser, Ultrafast optics
AbstractWe present results obtained with a stretched-pulse polarization additive pulse mode locked (P-APM) fiber laser using an environmentally stable cavity design, With BSO-nm diode-pumping levels of 200-mW 1.2-nJ pulses with 50 nm of spectrum are obtained, These pulses can be externally compressed to sub-100 fs, The effects of high output coupling (>80%) and pumping configuration oh output performance and intracavity pulse dynamics are studied.
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