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Advanced Ti:Er:LiNbO/sub 3/ waveguide lasers

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12 Author(s)
Becker, C. ; Univ. Gesamthochschule Paderborn, Germany ; Oesselke, T. ; Pandavenes, J. ; Ricken, R.
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This paper reviews the latest developments of diode-pumped Ti,Er:LiNbO/sub 3/ waveguide lasers emitting at wavelengths around 1.5 /spl mu/m. In particular, harmonically mode-locked lasers, Q-switched lasers, distributed Bragg reflector (DBR)-lasers, and self-frequency doubling lasers are discussed in detail. Supermode stabilized mode-locked lasers have been realized using a coupled cavity concept; a side mode suppression ratio of 55 dB has been achieved at 10-GHz pulse repetition rate with almost transform limited pulses. Q-switched lasers with a high extinction ratio (>25 dB) intracavity electrooptic switch emitted pulses with a peak power level up to 2.5 kW and a pulsewidth down to 2.1 ns at 1-kHz repetition frequency. Numerical simulations for both lasers are in a good, almost quantitative agreement with experimental results. A DBR-laser of narrow linewidth (/spl ap/3 GHz) with a permanent (fixed) photorefractive grating and 5 mW output power has been realized. Self frequency doubling lasers have been fabricated with a periodic microdomain structure inside an Er-doped laser cavity; simultaneous emission at the fundamental wavelength, 1531 nm, and at the second harmonic wavelength, 765 nm, has been obtained.

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Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan.-Feb. 2000

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