Abstract

Three all-fiber Ho-doped lasers emitting in the range of 20502100nm were fabricated. The lasers were pumped by an Yb-doped fiber laser at 1147nm with a power up to 35W. For all the lasers tested, the output power was found to be as high as 10W, the efficiency slope being 30%.

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