Fundamental Mode-Locking of a Composite-Cavity Electro-optic Microchip Laser for Microwave Photonics

Abstract

Compact solid-state lasers are an attractive potential source for high speed, low noise optical pulses suitable for microwave photonic systems such as optical A/D conversion or digital communications. These small devices can be mode-locked at the fundamental cavity resonance, thereby avoiding the complications arising from the presence of supermodes in… (More)

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@article{Yoo2005FundamentalMO, title={Fundamental Mode-Locking of a Composite-Cavity Electro-optic Microchip Laser for Microwave Photonics}, author={D. Yoo and A. Vidal - Madjar and S. Goldwasser and P. R. Herczfeld}, journal={2005 International Topical Meeting on Microwave Photonics}, year={2005}, pages={37-40} }