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Direct evidence for laser reabsorption as initial cause for self-pulsing in three-level fibre lasers

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1 Author(s)
S. D. Jackson ; Opt. Fibre Technol. Centre, Sydney Univ., NSW, Australia

The temporal characteristics of a standing wave Tm3+-doped silica fibre laser are presented. For uni-directional pumping, the output displays the well-known self-pulsation phenomenon, but with bidirectional pumping, a significant increase in the laser stability is observed. A longitudinally uniform population inversion is shown to be of paramount importance to the stability of three-level lasers.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 25 )