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Stimulated Raman scattering effect on femtosecond pulse generation using a parabolic amplification and a pulse compressor

Stimulated Raman scattering effect on femtosecond pulse generation using a parabolic amplification and a pulse compressor
Stimulated Raman scattering effect on femtosecond pulse generation using a parabolic amplification and a pulse compressor
An explicit analytical form for the Stokes pulse evolution in parabolic amplification is derived for the first time. In order to achieve efficient pulse compression, the parabolic amplifiers should be operated in the small Stokes pulse regime where the signal pulse is not seriously deteriorated.
An analytical expression to obtain the critical fibre length for small Stokes pulse regime is also derived. The pulse compression of the output signal at various fiber lengths also confirms that the output signal pulse at the derived critical fiber length provides a compressed pulse with the maximum peak power and shortest pulse width. The results are verified through numerical simulations using split-step Fourier method.
stimulated raman scattering, parabolic amplification, femtosecond
2pp
Soh, Daniel B.S.
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Grudinin, A.B.
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Nilsson, J.
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Jeong, Y.
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Grudinin, A.B.
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Nilsson, J.
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Jeong, Y.
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Kim, J.
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Soh, Daniel B.S., Grudinin, A.B., Nilsson, J., Jeong, Y., Yoo, S., Kim, J., Codemard, C. and Dupriez, P. (2005) Stimulated Raman scattering effect on femtosecond pulse generation using a parabolic amplification and a pulse compressor. ONERA Scientific Day. High Power Fibre Lasers and Amplifiers: Bases and Applications. 27 - 28 Jun 2005. 2pp .

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Abstract

An explicit analytical form for the Stokes pulse evolution in parabolic amplification is derived for the first time. In order to achieve efficient pulse compression, the parabolic amplifiers should be operated in the small Stokes pulse regime where the signal pulse is not seriously deteriorated.
An analytical expression to obtain the critical fibre length for small Stokes pulse regime is also derived. The pulse compression of the output signal at various fiber lengths also confirms that the output signal pulse at the derived critical fiber length provides a compressed pulse with the maximum peak power and shortest pulse width. The results are verified through numerical simulations using split-step Fourier method.

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Published date: 2005
Additional Information: Publication No: 3164
Venue - Dates: ONERA Scientific Day. High Power Fibre Lasers and Amplifiers: Bases and Applications, 2005-06-27 - 2005-06-28
Keywords: stimulated raman scattering, parabolic amplification, femtosecond

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Local EPrints ID: 38271
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/38271
PURE UUID: 49ed0684-2c9b-44b9-9f0e-f454c9e2b1a1
ORCID for J. Nilsson: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-1691-7959

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Date deposited: 22 Jun 2006
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:55

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