Abstract

We report on a master-oscillator ytterbium-doped fiber amplifier system with up to 133W of continuous-wave output power using a tunable narrow-linewidth external-cavity diode laser seed source. Stable tunable high-power operation was demonstrated from 1040nmto1085nm with more than 12dB suppression of amplified spontaneous emission.

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