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High-energy dissipative soliton-driven fiber optical parametric oscillator emitting at 1.7 µ m

Abstract : We report a fiber optical parametric oscillator (FOPO) synchronously pumped in a C-band, delivering high-energy picosecond pulses exceeding the nanojoule level of around 1700 nm. The gain medium is a dispersion-shifted fiber, pumped by highly-chirped pulses from a mode-locked dissipative soliton fiber laser. Optimizing the pump wavelength along with time-dispersion-tuning of the FOPO enabled a broad tunability from 1617–1876 nm for the idler wave. In addition, relative intensity noise levels below  −140 dBc Hz−1 have been achieved, paving the way for using such a source in biophotonics and instrumentation.
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R. Becheker, Mincheng Tang, P-H Hanzard, Aleksey Tyazhev, M Mussot, et al.. High-energy dissipative soliton-driven fiber optical parametric oscillator emitting at 1.7 µ m. Laser Physics Letters, IOP Publishing, 2018, 15 (11), pp.115103. ⟨10.1088/1612-202X/aadfcd⟩. ⟨hal-02120672⟩

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