This erratum presents a correction to the computed reflection spectra of transient fiber Bragg gratings that are spontaneously built-up in the ytterbium-doped fiber of the fiber laser with laser wavelength self-sweeping. The corrected spectra have high reflectivity reaching values up to 100%. Therefore, they still more support the conclusion drawn in the original paper that self-sweeping is an important mechanism for triggering the self-Q-switched regime with giant pulse generation.

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  1. P. Peterka, P. Honzátko, P. Koška, F. Todorov, J. Aubrecht, O. Podrazký, and I. Kašík, “Reflectivity of transient Bragg reflection gratings in fiber laser with laser-wavelength self-sweeping,” Opt. Express 22(24), 30024–30031 (2014).
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2014 (1)

Aubrecht, J.

Honzátko, P.

Kašík, I.

Koška, P.

Peterka, P.

Podrazký, O.

Todorov, F.

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Fig. 6
Fig. 6 (a) Reflectivity of the dynamic FBG for three different levels of metastable level excitations. (b) Detail of the reflectivity in close proximity of the immediate laser wavelength.
Fig. 7
Fig. 7 Reflectivity of short sections around the peak refractive index modulation. The section length is 40 cm (a) and 10 cm (b). Maximum metastable level excitation was assumed.