Abstract

A tunable Nd3+-doped monomode-fiber laser has been constructed that operates continuously at room temperature. The tuning range covered is 0.900–0.945 and 1.070–1.135 μm. Output powers of 3 mW for 53 mW of absorbed pump and 2 mW for 35 mW of absorbed pump, respectively, were achieved for the two ranges from pumping by a dye laser operating at 590 nm.

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