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2- \mu m Mode-Locked Semiconductor Disk Laser Synchronously Pumped Using an Amplified Diode Laser

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We report a mode-locked antimonide-based semiconductor disk laser operating at 2 $mu$m, synchronously pumped with a pulsed source incorporating a 1.57- $mu$m diode laser, a lithium niobate intensity modulator, and an erbium-doped fiber amplifier. The method for producing the pump signal utilizes commercially available telecom components and allows for convenient selection of the mode-locking harmonics. When compared with configurations based on mode-locked pump sources, the generation of pump pulses using amplitude modulation and digital data technology is simple and offers the possibility to actively lock the optical pulses to a stable clock.

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Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 15 )