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Ten watts actively mode-locked ytterbium doped fiber laser delivering 15 ps at 40 MHz

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Pierre Deslandes

Univ. Bordeaux 1, CNRS (France) and EOLITE Systems (France)

Damien Sangla, Eric Freysz

Univ. Bordeaux 1, CNRS (France)

Julien Saby, François Salin

EOLITE Systems (France)

Proc. SPIE 7914, Fiber Lasers VIII: Technology, Systems, and Applications, 79140Z (February 10, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.874419
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  • Fiber Lasers VIII: Technology, Systems, and Applications
  • Jay W. Dawson
  • San Francisco, California, USA | January 22, 2011

abstract

We present the realization of an actively mode-locked laser based on a 30 μm core diameter single-mode double clad photonic crystal fiber. For 19 W of pump power at 976 nm, it yields an average power of 10 W at 40 MHz. The delivered pulses, centered at 1030 nm, have a duration of 15 ps. This corresponds to an energy of 250 nJ per pulse and a peak power of 17 kW.

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Pierre Deslandes ; Damien Sangla ; Julien Saby ; François Salin and Eric Freysz
"Ten watts actively mode-locked ytterbium doped fiber laser delivering 15 ps at 40 MHz", Proc. SPIE 7914, Fiber Lasers VIII: Technology, Systems, and Applications, 79140Z (February 10, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.874419; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.874419


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