Abstract

We demonstrate an all-fiber thulium holmium co-doped fiber laser emitting at 2005 nm. By modulating the temperature of its fiber Bragg grating mirrors, we performed wavelength modulation spectroscopy and quantified CO2 concentration down to 2%.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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