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80~200 GHz erbium doped fibre laser using a rational harmonic mode-locking technique

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2 Author(s)
E. Yoshida ; NTT Access Network Syst. Lab., Ibaraki, Japan ; M. Nakazawa

Pulse trains with repetition rates as high as 80~200 GHz were obtained at 1.55 μm, using rational harmonic mode-locking with an erbium doped fibre laser. A fundamental repetition frequency (fasc ) of 40 GHz was first generated by applying a 40 GHz modulation frequency to an LN intensity modulator in the fibre cavity, in which the longitudinal mode spacing (Δf) was 1.5 MHz. By rationally detuning the modulation frequency by Δf/n, the authors succeeded in obtaining a repetitive oscillation of (nfasc+Δf). The maximum frequency was 200 GHz, at which n corresponds to 5

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 15 )