Abstract

Up to ~0.16 μJ noise-like-toped dissipative soliton resonances at ~1954.7 nm are directly produced from a thulium- doped fiber laser with ~1.04 km ultra-long cavity. Cladding- pumping is utilized for overcoming the accumulated large attenuation loss of silica fiber at 2 μm band.

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