Abstract

In this paper, narrow-band emission lines are generated by means of two random distributed feedback fiber laser schemes. Spectral line-widths as narrow as 3.2 pm have been measured, which significantly improves previous reported results. The laser is analyzed with the aim of obtaining a spectral line-width as narrow as possible. Additionally a variation of this setup for multi-wavelength operation is also validated. Both schemes present a simple topology that use a combination of phase-shifted fiber Bragg gratings and regular fiber Bragg gratings as filtering elements.

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