Abstract

A diode-pumped actively mode-locked Tm3+-doped double-clad silica fiber laser providing up to 11.8W of average output power and pulse widths in mode-locked operation of 38ps at a repetition rate of 37.88MHz is reported. Pulse energies of up to 314nJ were obtained.

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