Abstract

Self-starting cw mode-locked operation of a Nd:glass laser has been achieved by using a nonlinear external resonator. The coupled cavity incorporating an optical fiber initiates and sustains ultrashort-pulse generation, resulting in a stable train of 380-fsec pulses.

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