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Intra-cavity dispersion control in passively mode-locked semiconductor lasers

Strain, M.J. and Stolarz, P.M. and Sorel, M. (2011) Intra-cavity dispersion control in passively mode-locked semiconductor lasers. In: IEEE Photonic Society 24th Annual Meeting, PHO 2011. IEEE, pp. 749-750. ISBN 9781424489404

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Abstract

Intra-cavity dispersion compensation is demonstrated in semiconductor mode-locked lasers by inclusion of a chirped Bragg grating reflector. Near transform limited pulses are generated with enhanced locking bandwidths and compressed temporal durations.