Abstract

We report on a narrowband 5W cw fiber laser incorporating a point-by-point fiber Bragg grating inscribed into the core of a Yb3+-doped double-clad fiber. The laser featured excellent long-term wavelength and power stability (0.3%), as well as a very narrow (15pm) linewidth, when passive temperature stabilization of the grating was implemented.

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