Mary, R and Brown, G and Beecher, SJ and Torrisi, F and Milana, S and Popa, D and Hasan, T and Sun, Z and Lidorikis, E and Ohara, S and Ferrari, AC and Kar, AK (2013) 1.5 GHz picosecond pulse generation from a monolithic waveguide laser with a graphene-film saturable output coupler. Optics Express, 21. pp. 7943-7950.Full text not available from this repository.
We fabricate a saturable absorber mirror by coating a graphenefilm on an output coupler mirror. This is then used to obtain Q-switched mode-locking from a diode-pumped linear cavity channel waveguide laser inscribed in Ytterbium-doped Bismuthate Glass. The laser produces 1.06 ps pulses at ∼1039 nm, with a 1.5 GHz repetition rate, 48% slope efficiency and 202 mW average output power. This performance is due to the combination of the graphene saturable absorber and the high quality optical waveguides in the laser glass. © 2013 Optical Society of America.
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