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Model and Characteristics of Self-Pulsing in {\rm Tm}^{3+} -Doped Silica Fiber Lasers

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2 Author(s)
Yulong Tang ; Shanghai Inst. of Opt. & Fine Mech., Shanghai, China ; Jianqiu Xu

In this paper, a theoretical model, taking into account the phonon-assisted excited-state absorption process (3H53H4), has been constructed to explain the self-pulsing (SP) phenomenon in the Tm3+-doped fiber lasers. Both numerical simulation and experimental investigation on the SP characteristics of ~2-μ.m Tm3+-doped fiber lasers have been carried out. The numerical simulation shows agreement with the experimental results. Furthermore, the impacts of output coupling, pump intensity, and Tm3+-ion doping concentration on the SP characteristics of the Tm3+-doped fiber lasers have been studied explicitly, and optimization of the SP features has been discussed. In addition, the potential applications of SP in fiber lasers or solid-state lasers have also been proposed.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2011

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