Subpicosecond solitons in an actively mode-locked fiber laser

TitleSubpicosecond solitons in an actively mode-locked fiber laser
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1996
AuthorsJones, D. J., HA Haus, and EP Ippen
JournalOptics Letters
Pagination1818 - 1820
Date Published1996/11/15/
ISBN Number0146-9592
AbstractExperimental results are presented for a study of the stability regime of an actively mode-locked polarization-maintaining fiber ring laser used as a memory. Observations indicate that the pulse widths in the memory can be reduced (by soliton effects) by a factor of approximately 4.4 below the pulse widths predicted by standard active mode-locking theory. Stability regions for the solitons are mapped and compared with theoretical predictions. (C) 1996 Optical Society of America.
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