Dual-wavelength fiber laser above 2 mu m based on cascaded single mode-multimode-single mode structures
AffiliationCollege of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona
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CitationS. Fu et al., "Dual-wavelength fiber laser above 2 μm based on cascaded single mode-multimode-single mode structures," 2016 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), San Jose, CA, 2016, pp. 1-2.
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AbstractA stable dual-wavelength Tm:Ho co-doped fiber laser operating above 2 mu m based on cascaded single mode-multimode-single mode (SMS) all-fiber structures has been proposed and experimentally demonstrated for the first time.
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SponsorsThis work was supported by NSFC (No. 61275102, 61335013), Regional Demonstration Projects of Ocean Economic Innovation Development (cxsf2014-21), Guang Xi Science and Technology Project (14123001–4), Shandong independent innovation and achievement transformation project (2014ZZCX04212), and Doctoral Fund of Ministry of Education (No. 20130032110051).
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