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Multiple noise-like pulsing of a figure-eight fiber laser
OLIVIER JEAN MICHEL POTTIEZ
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Passively mode-locked fiber lasers are attractive low-cost sources of ultrashort pulses that have been extensively investigated in the past. Recently, as high-power pump diodes have become readily available, there has been a renewed interest in these fiber lasers for the generation of high-energy pulses, which are useful for applications like supercontinuum generation, sensing etc. Unfortunately, it was soon realized that the highest achievable pulse energy is limited by the onset of multiple pulsing. In the anomalous dispersion regime, the peak power limiting effect of the saturable absorber was found to be responsible for multiple soliton formation [1]. In the normal dispersion regime, although highly chirped pulses with durations of several tens of ps allow for much higher pulse energies, multiple pulsing still occurs
2013
Ítem publicado en memoria de congreso
CIENCIAS FÍSICO MATEMÁTICAS Y CIENCIAS DE LA TIERRA
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