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PASSIVELY MODE-LOCKED ER3+ FIBER LASER USING A SEMICONDUCTOR NONLINEAR MIRROR

LOH, WH; ATKINSON, D; MORKEL, PR; HOPKINSON, M; RIVERS, A; SEEDS, AJ; PAYNE, DN; (1993) PASSIVELY MODE-LOCKED ER3+ FIBER LASER USING A SEMICONDUCTOR NONLINEAR MIRROR. IEEE PHOTONIC TECH L , 5 (1) 35 - 37.

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Abstract

A nonlinear mirror consisting of InGaAs/InP multiple-quantum-wells integrated with a Bragg reflector stack has been used to passively mode-lock a fiber laser in an extremely simple and advantageous linear-cavity configuration. To date, pulses as short as 7.6 ps have been observed.

Type:Article
Title:PASSIVELY MODE-LOCKED ER3+ FIBER LASER USING A SEMICONDUCTOR NONLINEAR MIRROR
Keywords:BEAM EPITAXY, RING LASER
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Medicine (Division of)
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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