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Experimental Observations of Multiple Solitons Generation in a Carbon-Nanotube Based Passively Mode-locked Fiber Laser

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3 Author(s)
Kai Jiang ; Network Technol. Res. Centre, Nanyang Technol. Univ., Singapore, Singapore ; Songnian Fu ; Shum, P.

We report the experimental observations of multiple solitons generation from a carbon nanotube (CNT) -based passively mode-locked fiber lasers. After a fiber-connector-type saturable absorber in which CNT is coated on the fiber connector end is successfully fabricated, stable mode-locked pulses with a 18.8MHz fundamental repetition rate at 1568nm central wavelength is self-started with only 12mW pumping power. The dynamic evolution of solitons as a function of the pump power is presented. Our laser produces multiple solitons of up to ten for the pump power of only 60mW.

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Communications and Mobile Computing (CMC), 2010 International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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12-14 April 2010

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