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Diode-pumped femtosecond solid-state waveguide laser with a 49 GHz pulse repetition rate

Choudhary, Amol, Lagatsky, A.A., Pradeesh, Kannan, Sibbett, W., Brown, C.T.A. and Shepherd, D.P. (2012) Diode-pumped femtosecond solid-state waveguide laser with a 49 GHz pulse repetition rate Optics Letters, 37, (21), pp. 4416-4418. (doi:10.1364/OL.37.004416).

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Abstract

We report on the first demonstration of a passively mode-locked, diode-pumped, monolithic Yb:glass channel waveguide laser that incorporates a semiconductor saturable absorber mirror. Stable and self-starting mode-locking is achieved in a Fabry.Perot cavity configuration producing a pulse repetition rate up to 4.9 GHz. The shortest pulse duration of 740 fs is generated with 30mW of average output power at a center wavelength of 1058 nm. A maximum output power of 81 mW is produced during mode-locking with corresponding pulse duration of 800 fs.

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Published date: 1 November 2012
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 344921
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/344921
ISSN: 0146-9592
PURE UUID: 59843706-313b-4e0b-8725-47017028d460
ORCID for D.P. Shepherd: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4561-8184

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Date deposited: 07 Nov 2012 15:09
Last modified: 22 Sep 2017 16:31

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Author: Amol Choudhary
Author: A.A. Lagatsky
Author: Kannan Pradeesh
Author: W. Sibbett
Author: C.T.A. Brown
Author: D.P. Shepherd ORCID iD

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