Abstract

By increasing the cavity length of a carbon nanotube-based passively mode-locked fiber laser, we demonstrate the generation of a high-energy (2.5 nJ), near transform-limited picosecond pulse train at a fundamental repetition rate of 1.77 MHz.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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