Abstract

We report a simple all-fiber sliding-frequency soliton laser incorporating a recently developed low-insertion-loss acousto-optic fiber frequency shifter. The frequency shifter simultaneously provides the spectral filtering and polarizing properties required for pulsed operation to be obtained.

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