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4 March 2019 3 W Mid-IR supercontinuum extended up to 4.6 μm based on an all-PM thulium doped fiber gain-switch laser seeding an InF3 fiber
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We report on a 3 W Mid-IR supercontinuum extended up to 4.6 μm based on an all-PM thulium doped fiber gainswitched laser seeding an InF3 fiber. This innovative fiber presents a specific design that increases non-linear effects and shows very weak background losses. Thanks to the versatility of our gain-switched laser, all the pulse parameters have been widely optimized to generate a supercontinuum emission with the highest average power and the largest spectrum.
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J-P. Yehouessi, S. Vidal, J-Y. Carrée, L. Bodin, S. Cozic, T. Berthelot, S. Poulain, L. Calvez, G. Huss, and J. Boullet "3 W Mid-IR supercontinuum extended up to 4.6 μm based on an all-PM thulium doped fiber gain-switch laser seeding an InF3 fiber", Proc. SPIE 10902, Nonlinear Frequency Generation and Conversion: Materials and Devices XVIII, 1090207 (4 March 2019); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2510026
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