Abstract

A chromium-doped saturable absorber fiber stabilizes an otherwise spontaneously chaotically self- pulsing ytterbium-doped fiber laser. This original passively Q-switched all-fiber laser produces sustained and relatively stable trains of smooth pulses at a high repetition rate.

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