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Amplification of Picosecond Pulses Generated in a Carbon Nanotube Modelocked Thulium Fiber Laser

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Abstract

Generation of 5ps, 32pJ pulses from a carbon nanotube modelocked thulium fiber oscillator and their amplification to 0.6W average power, 2.6kW peak power, 13nJ pulses by an LMA thulium fiber amplifier is discussed.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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