Abstract

We demonstrate high-energy soliton generation from 1560nm to 1700nm using soliton self-frequency shift in a large-mode-area fiber. A 1.5ps time-lens source at 1544nm is used as the input source. The combination of a time-lens source and soliton self-frequency shift in a large-mode-area fiber enables a turn-key, high pulse quality, wavelength-tunable, energetic femtosecond source with arbitrary pulse repetition rate.

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