Abstract

We report 784-nm (G14H35 transition) amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) from Tm3+-doped fluoride ZrF4BaF2LaF3AlF3NaF glass fiber pumped by an 1120-nm fiber laser. To our best knowledge, this is the first report of 784-nm (G14H35 transition) ASE in a Tm3+-doped fluoride fiber laser. Its effects on a 480-nm (G14H36 transition) blue laser were also discussed.

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