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Mid-Infrared Difference Frequency-Generation with Synchronized Fiber Lasers

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Abstract

We present results on high-average power difference frequency generation of pulsed Yb/Er fiber systems to the mid-IR (6.2 W at 3.35 µm), and use focused Gaussian beam theory to validate our experimental results.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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