Transient dynamics in a self-starting passively mode-locked fiber-based soliton laser

Abraham, D.; Nagar, R.; Mikhelashvili, I.; Eisenstein, G.
November 1993
Applied Physics Letters;11/22/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 21, p2857
Academic Journal
Examines the transient dynamics in a self-starting passively mode-locked fiber-based soliton laser. Components of the device; Significance of a modulated intracavity quantum well optical amplifier in the laser state; Measurement of the self switching duration of the device during the transients.


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