Abstract

A fundamentally mode-locked soliton Er-fiber laser generating 167fs pulses at 194MHz via polarization additive-pulse mode locking is demonstrated. This simple, compact, and high repetition rate source exhibits a low timing jitter of 18fs [1kHz, 10MHz] and the lowest relative intensity noise of less than 0.003% [1kHz, 10MHz] observed from an Er-fiber laser.

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