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Upcoming applications in material processing, countermeasures, remote sensing and spectroscopy will rely on the development of simple and reliable sources that generate intense laser pulses in the mid-IR spectral region (3–20 μm). Fiber lasers are certainly among the most promising candidates for such applications. Mid-IR ultrafast fiber… (More)
A numerical model of a high power CW ytterbium-doped fiber laser has been developed using the split-step Fourier method. Stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) is included in the model via the well-known Raman transfer function of silica fibers. The parameters of the gain fiber and of the fiber Bragg gratings are varied in order to minimize the impact of SRS on… (More)
We present an innovative laser system based on an erbium doped fluoride fiber amplifier for generating either high-power mid-IR supercontinuum or continuously tunable femtosecond pulses in the 3–4 μm spectral band.