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Mode-locked fiber laser with a fiber phase modulator

Mode-locked fiber laser with a fiber phase modulator
Mode-locked fiber laser with a fiber phase modulator
FM mode-locked operation of a single-mode Nd3+-doped fiber laser has been achieved with an integrated fiber phase modulator. The technique permits a low-loss cavity configuration, resulting in low threshold and high slope efficiency. Pulses of ~200psec duration are observed at a repetition rate of 417 MHz with an average output power of 15 mW.
0146-9592
680-682
Phillips, M.W.
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Ferguson, A.I.
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Kino, G.S.
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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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Kino, G.S.
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Patterson, D.B.
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Phillips, M.W., Ferguson, A.I., Kino, G.S. and Patterson, D.B. (1989) Mode-locked fiber laser with a fiber phase modulator. Optics Letters, 14 (13), 680-682. (doi:10.1364/OL.14.000680).

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FM mode-locked operation of a single-mode Nd3+-doped fiber laser has been achieved with an integrated fiber phase modulator. The technique permits a low-loss cavity configuration, resulting in low threshold and high slope efficiency. Pulses of ~200psec duration are observed at a repetition rate of 417 MHz with an average output power of 15 mW.

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Published date: 1989

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Local EPrints ID: 78669
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78669
ISSN: 0146-9592
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