Abstract

A watt-level all-fiber laser radiating at the wavelength of 1.7 μm in a continuous-wave regime was developed by using bismuth-doped high-germania optical fiber. A maximum slope efficiency of 33% with respect to the launched pump power was achieved. The dependencies of the slope efficiencies of bismuth-doped fiber laser versus the length of active fiber and reflectivity of the output mirror were obtained.

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