Abstract

We present an experimental characterization of the internal oscillations, vibrations, and transients of optical soliton molecules generated in a passively mode-locked thulium-doped fiber laser. We use custom linearly chirped Bragg grating filters to perform real-time spectral measurement of the ultrafast dynamics at wavelengths around 2 μm.

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