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Continuous-wave oscillation of a monomode ytterbium-doped fibre laser

Continuous-wave oscillation of a monomode ytterbium-doped fibre laser

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Laser emission has been observed in a monomode fibre doped with ytterbium. A wide tuning range has been observed, 1.015μm to 1.140μm, when pumped by a dye laser at 840 nm. Diode pumped operation has also been achieved in a cooled fibre.

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