Ultra-fast fiber lasers
The research on ultra-fast fiber lasers concerns mainly passively mode-locked lasers generating ultra-short pulses in the 1 µm and 1.55 µm spectra range. The main interest is focused on Nonlinear Polarization Rotation (NPR) technique, as well as other mode-locking techniques like nonlinear amplifying loop mirror (NALM) or semiconductor saturable absorber mirrors (SESAM). Most of the studies concern erbium-doped fiber lasers operating in the telecom bandwidth (1.55 µm).
- G. Sobon, K. Krzempek, P. Kaczmarek, K.M. Abramski, „Eye-safe, high-repetition rate single-mode femtosecond CPA system at 1560 nm”, Laser Physics 23, 075104 (2013)
- G. Sobon, K. Krzempek, P. Kaczmarek, K.M. Abramski, M. Nikodem, „10 GHz Passive Harmonic Mode-Locking in Er-Yb Double-Clad Fiber Laser”, Optics Communications 284, 4203-4206 (2011).
- M. Nikodem, K.M. Abramski, „Controlling the frequency of the frequency-shifted feedback fiber laser using injection-seeding technique”, Optics Communications 283, 2202-2205 (2010)
- M. Nikodem, K.M. Abramski, “169 MHz repetition frequency all-fiber passively mode-locked erbium doped fiber laser”, Optics Communications 283, 109-112 (2010)