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High-power master-oscillator power amplifiers based on rare-earth-doped fibres

Jeong, Y., Nilsson, J., Dupriez, P., Codemard, C., Farrell, C., Sahu, J.K., Kim, J., Yoo, S., Richardson, D.J. and Payne, D.N., (2006) High-power master-oscillator power amplifiers based on rare-earth-doped fibres Mathieu, Pierre (ed.) At Photonics North 2006. 05 - 08 Jun 2006.

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In recent years there have been dramatic advances in fibre lasers. Currently, conventional single-strand cladding-pumped fibre lasers can generate output powers beyond 1 kW with high beam quality. Indeed, this fibre circuitry combined with pump-diode technology provides a unique high-gain environment for robust designs, which is also all-solid state, compact, stable, reliable, and reproducible. Here we review the recent progress in high-power MOPAs based on rare-earth-doped fibres and discuss fundamental aspects and prospects. We present our up-to-date experimental results with particular attention to a multitude of cladding-pumped, refined power amplifier regimes, including continuous-wave and pulsed fibre MOPA sources based on ytterbium-doped fibres operating at 1.1 µm and erbium:ytterbium co-doped fibres at 1.5 µm.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 2006
Venue - Dates: Photonics North 2006, 2006-06-05 - 2006-06-08


Local EPrints ID: 47854
ISBN: 0819464287
PURE UUID: 842035c1-54c8-4963-b0af-bdb083aa5edf

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Date deposited: 14 Aug 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:01

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Author: Y. Jeong
Author: J. Nilsson
Author: P. Dupriez
Author: C. Codemard
Author: C. Farrell
Author: J.K. Sahu
Author: J. Kim
Author: S. Yoo
Author: D.J. Richardson
Author: D.N. Payne
Editor: Pierre Mathieu

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