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Femtosecond Cr:Forsterite laser modelocked with a GaInNAs saturable Bragg reflector

McWilliam, A. and Leburn, C.G. and Lagatsky, A.A. and Brown, C.T.A. and Sibbett, W. and Valentine, G.J. and Kemp, A. and Calvez, S. and Burns, D. and Dawson, M.D. and Kontinnen, J. and Jouhti, T. and Pessa, M. (2005) Femtosecond Cr:Forsterite laser modelocked with a GaInNAs saturable Bragg reflector. In: Advanced Solid-State Photonics 2005, 2005-02-06 - 2005-02-09.

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Abstract

A low loss GaInNAs saturable Bragg reflector has been used to generate picosecond and femtosecond pulses from a Cr:Forsterite laser operating in the 1300nm sperctral region.