Polarization Dynamics, Stability and Tunability of a Dual-Comb Polarization-Multiplexing Ring-Cavity Fiber Laser

@article{Cuevas2022PolarizationDS,
  title={Polarization Dynamics, Stability and Tunability of a Dual-Comb Polarization-Multiplexing Ring-Cavity Fiber Laser},
  author={Alberto Rodr{\'i}guez Cuevas and Hani Kbashi and Dmitrii Stoliarov and Sergey V. Sergeyev},
  journal={SSRN Electronic Journal},
  year={2022}
}
: In this paper, we demonstrate the polarization-multiplexed system capable of generating two stable optical frequency combs with tunable frequency differences in the range from 100 to 250 Hz and an extinction ratio of 16.5 dBm. Also, the polarization dynamics of a dual-frequency comb generated from a single mode-locked Er-doped fiber laser are experimentally studied. The obtained results will extend the application to areas such as polarization spectroscopy and dual-comb-based polarimetry. 

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