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Kilowatt-class single-frequency fiber sources

Payne, D.N., Jeong, Y., Nilsson, J., Sahu, J.K., Soh, D.B.S., Alegria, C., Codemard, C.A., Philippov, V.N., Hernandez, V., Horley, R., Hickey, L.M.B., Wanzcyk, C.E., Chryssou, C.E., Alvarez-Chavez, J.A. and Turner, P.W. (2005) Kilowatt-class single-frequency fiber sources At Conference on Fiber Lasers II. 24 - 27 Jan 2005. (doi:10.1117/12.601145).

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We discuss the dramatic development of high-power fiber laser technology in recent years and the prospects of kilowatt-class-single-frequency fiber sources. We describe experimental results from an ytterbium-doped fiber-based multi-hundred-watt single-frequency, single-mode, plane-polarized master-oscillator power amplifier (MOPA) operating at 1060 nm and a similar source with 0.5 kW of output power, albeit with a degraded beam quality (M2 = 1.6) and not linearly polarized. Experiments and simulations aimed at predicting the Brillouin limit of single-frequency system with athermally broadened Brillouin gain are presented. These suggest that single-frequency MOPAs with over 1 kW of output power are possible. In addition, the power scalability of a simple single-strand fiber laser to 10 kW is discussed

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e-pub ahead of print date: May 2005
Venue - Dates: Conference on Fiber Lasers II, 2005-01-24 - 2005-01-27


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Author: D.N. Payne
Author: Y. Jeong
Author: J. Nilsson ORCID iD
Author: J.K. Sahu
Author: D.B.S. Soh
Author: C. Alegria
Author: C.A. Codemard
Author: V.N. Philippov
Author: V. Hernandez
Author: R. Horley
Author: L.M.B. Hickey
Author: C.E. Wanzcyk
Author: C.E. Chryssou
Author: J.A. Alvarez-Chavez
Author: P.W. Turner

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