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Title: Broad expansion of optical frequency combs by self-Raman scattering in coupled-cavity self-mode-locked monolithic lasers
Authors: Y. F. Chen
M. T, Chang
T. L. Huang
H. C. Liang
K. W. Su
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:光電科學研究所
Date: 2017-04
Issue Date: 2018-07-03T03:06:02Z
Abstract: Abstract: Broad expansion of optical frequency comb (OFC) by the self-Raman scattering is numerically analyzed and experimentally accomplished in a coupled-cavity self-mode-locked (SML) monolithic Yb:KGW laser. The gain medium is coated to achieve the monolithic SML operation and a partially reflective mirror is further exploited to form the coupled cavity and to multiply the repetition rate up to 128.9 GHz. With a coupled reflectivity of 95%, it is experimentally found that not only the first-order but also second-order stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) can be efficiently generated. The mode-locked OFC can be consequently expanded to reach approximately 8.4 THz, leading the pulse width to be as narrow as 53 fs. At the pump power of 8.7 W, the total output power for the fundamental and the first- and second-Stokes waves can be maintained at 1.6 W. The present exploration provides a promising way to generate the ultrahigh-repetition-rate broadband OFC via the simultaneous SML and SRS processes.
Relation: 25(7) pp.7627-7636
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/47120
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