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Diode-pumped FM modelocked fibre laser with coupled cavity bandwidth selection

Diode-pumped FM modelocked fibre laser with coupled cavity bandwidth selection
Diode-pumped FM modelocked fibre laser with coupled cavity bandwidth selection
A diode-laser-pumped Nd3+-doped fibre laser has been actively mode-locked using an integrated fibre phase modulator. Pulses with a sub-80 ps duration are observed at a repetition rate of 417 MHz. Near bandwidth-limited operation is achieved by restricting the laser bandwidth by feedback off a diffraction grating in an external coupled cavity. Low intracavity losses support a submilliwatt laser threshold and a slope efficiency in excess of 48%.
0030-4018
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Phillips, M.W.
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Ferguson, A.I.
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Patterson, D.B.
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Phillips, M.W.
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Ferguson, A.I.
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Patterson, D.B.
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Phillips, M.W., Ferguson, A.I. and Patterson, D.B. (1990) Diode-pumped FM modelocked fibre laser with coupled cavity bandwidth selection. Optics Communications, 75 (1), 33. (doi:10.1016/0030-4018(90)90407-K).

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A diode-laser-pumped Nd3+-doped fibre laser has been actively mode-locked using an integrated fibre phase modulator. Pulses with a sub-80 ps duration are observed at a repetition rate of 417 MHz. Near bandwidth-limited operation is achieved by restricting the laser bandwidth by feedback off a diffraction grating in an external coupled cavity. Low intracavity losses support a submilliwatt laser threshold and a slope efficiency in excess of 48%.

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Published date: 1990

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Local EPrints ID: 78599
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78599
ISSN: 0030-4018
PURE UUID: e1177973-4055-4822-8c3a-ad37cf9a32e2

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:23

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