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We have measured the relative timing jitter of two passively mode-locked 10-GHz Er:Yb:glass lasers to be 190 fs (100 Hz-1.56 MHz) in free-running and 26 fs (6 Hz-1.56 MHz) in synchronized operation.
We demonstrate what is to our knowledge the first mode-locked Nd:YVO4 laser operating on the 4F3/2-4I9/2 transition at 914 nm. Using a semiconductor saturable-absorber mirror for passive mode… (More)
We present a low coherence light source by direct super-continuum generation from a diode-pumped, passively modelocked Er:Yb:glass-laser, which generates 198 fs transform-limited pulses with an… (More)
We demonstrate diode-pumped, passively mode-locked 1.34-/spl mu/m Nd: YVO/sub 4/ lasers with repetition rates of 5 and 10 GHz and low timing jitter. Passive mode locking is achieved by using a novel… (More)
A novel measurement scheme demonstrates that the timing jitter of free-running passively mode-locked 10-GHz Er:Yb:glass lasers can be close to the quantum limit. With feedback stabilization, even… (More)
The repetition phase noise and carrier phase noise of a passively mode-locked Er:Yb:Glass laser has been investigated. A nearly quantum-limited noise performance was found at high Fourier frequencies… (More)
By using a recently developed nonlinear fiber, we achieve octave-spanning spectrum directly from a diode-pumped passively mode-locked 250-fs Er:Yb:glass laser without any amplification stage.… (More)
We present a method to measure the phase fluctuations of all modes of a mode-locked laser simultaneously and time resolved. With this method we characterized the noise of 5-GHz 1.3-mum Nd:YVO4 lasers.
We design single-wall carbon nanotube (SWNT) thin-film saturable absorbers (SAs) integrated onto semiconductor distributed Bragg reflectors for mode-locking solid-state Er:Yb:glass lasers. We… (More)
We demonstrate a low coherence light source by directly launching the output of a femtosecond diode-pumped modelocked Er:Yb:glass laser into a highly-nonlinear fiber. The measured interferogram… (More)