Abstract

We demonstrate a 741-attosecond timing jitter [integrated from 10 kHz to 35.5 MHz offset frequency] optical pulse train from a soltion Er-fiber laser mode-locked by a fiber tapered carbon nanotube saturable absorber.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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