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All-fiber polarization-maintaining mode-locked laser operated at 980  nm

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All-fiber polarization-maintaining mode-locked laser operated at 980  nm. / Aleshkina, Svetlana S.; Fedotov, Andrei; Korobko, Dmitrii; Stoliarov, Dmitrii; Lipatov, Denis S.; Velmiskin, Vladimir V.; Temyanko, Valery L.; Kotov, Leonid V.; Gumenyuk, Regina; Likhachev, Mikhail E.

julkaisussa: Optics Letters, Vuosikerta 45, Nro 8, 01.04.2020, s. 2275-2278.

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Aleshkina, SS, Fedotov, A, Korobko, D, Stoliarov, D, Lipatov, DS, Velmiskin, VV, Temyanko, VL, Kotov, LV, Gumenyuk, R & Likhachev, ME 2020, 'All-fiber polarization-maintaining mode-locked laser operated at 980  nm', Optics Letters, Vuosikerta. 45, Nro 8, Sivut 2275-2278. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.391193

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Aleshkina, S. S., Fedotov, A., Korobko, D., Stoliarov, D., Lipatov, D. S., Velmiskin, V. V., ... Likhachev, M. E. (2020). All-fiber polarization-maintaining mode-locked laser operated at 980  nm. Optics Letters, 45(8), 2275-2278. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.391193

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Aleshkina SS, Fedotov A, Korobko D, Stoliarov D, Lipatov DS, Velmiskin VV et al. All-fiber polarization-maintaining mode-locked laser operated at 980  nm. Optics Letters. 2020 huhti 1;45(8):2275-2278. https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.391193

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Aleshkina, Svetlana S. ; Fedotov, Andrei ; Korobko, Dmitrii ; Stoliarov, Dmitrii ; Lipatov, Denis S. ; Velmiskin, Vladimir V. ; Temyanko, Valery L. ; Kotov, Leonid V. ; Gumenyuk, Regina ; Likhachev, Mikhail E. / All-fiber polarization-maintaining mode-locked laser operated at 980  nm. Julkaisussa: Optics Letters. 2020 ; Vuosikerta 45, Nro 8. Sivut 2275-2278.

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title = "All-fiber polarization-maintaining mode-locked laser operated at 980  nm",
abstract = "For the first time, to the best of our knowledge, we present an all-fiber polarization-maintaining passively mode-locked picosecond laser operated at 980 nm. The laser cavity had a ring configuration with a semiconductor saturable absorber mirror as a mode-locking element. As an active medium, we used a specially designed cladding-pumped Yb-doped fiber with reduced cladding-to-core diameter ratio. The laser was self-starting and operated in the net cavity normal dispersion regime, where a spectral profile of the gain medium acted as a filter element. By intracavity spectral filtering, we achieved about 40 dB dominance of the signal wavelength at 980 nm over 1 textmum emission in a highly stable picosecond pulsed regime. The corresponding simulation was performed to extend the knowledge about laser operation.",
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AU - Aleshkina, Svetlana S.

AU - Fedotov, Andrei

AU - Korobko, Dmitrii

AU - Stoliarov, Dmitrii

AU - Lipatov, Denis S.

AU - Velmiskin, Vladimir V.

AU - Temyanko, Valery L.

AU - Kotov, Leonid V.

AU - Gumenyuk, Regina

AU - Likhachev, Mikhail E.

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AB - For the first time, to the best of our knowledge, we present an all-fiber polarization-maintaining passively mode-locked picosecond laser operated at 980 nm. The laser cavity had a ring configuration with a semiconductor saturable absorber mirror as a mode-locking element. As an active medium, we used a specially designed cladding-pumped Yb-doped fiber with reduced cladding-to-core diameter ratio. The laser was self-starting and operated in the net cavity normal dispersion regime, where a spectral profile of the gain medium acted as a filter element. By intracavity spectral filtering, we achieved about 40 dB dominance of the signal wavelength at 980 nm over 1 textmum emission in a highly stable picosecond pulsed regime. The corresponding simulation was performed to extend the knowledge about laser operation.

KW - Fiber lasers

KW - Laser applications

KW - Laser operation

KW - Master oscillator power amplifiers

KW - Mode locking

KW - Picosecond pulses

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DO - 10.1364/OL.391193

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JO - Optics Letters

JF - Optics Letters

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