Castellani, CES and Kelleher, EJR and Popa, D and Sun, Z and Hasan, T and Ferrari, AC and Popov, SV and Taylor, JR (2011) Nanotube-based passively mode-locked Ytterbium-pumped Raman laser. 2011 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe and 12th European Quantum Electronics Conference, CLEO EUROPE/EQEC 2011.Full text not available from this repository.
Over the past decades mode-locked fibre lasers have been extensively refined and developed, with most research efforts focussing on employing rare-earth doped fibres as the active elements . This presents the problem that operation is limited to regions of the spectrum where such elements exhibit gain . Raman amplification in silica fibre is an attractive way to overcome this spectral limitation, with gain available across the entire transparency window (300 nm - 2300 nm) [2-4]. There have been a number of reports utilising Raman gain in ultrashort pulse sources [2-4], however none using a broadband saturable absorber, such as carbon nanotubes [5-7] and graphene [7-9]. A broadband saturable absorber is an essential pre-requisite in order to fully exploit the wavelength flexibility provided by the Raman gain in short pulse mode-locked fiber lasers. © 2011 IEEE.
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