Abstract

We have designed and realized a cw all-fiber tunable Yb-doped double-clad fiber laser in a unidirectional ring cavity. The side-pumping V-groove technique is used, yielding very good launching efficiency of the high-power pumping laser diode, together with a compact configuration. The fiber laser delivers as much as 800  mW of power and is tunable in the spectral range 1.041.10 μm. The laser linewidth is 0.1 nm.

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