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Thulium Fiber Lasers Stabilized by a Volume Bragg Grating in High Power, Tunable and Q-Switched Configurations

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Abstract

Thulium fiber lasers are spectrally stabilized using a volume Bragg grating. 159 W power and >100 nm tuning range are achieved in CW configurations, and pulses <115 ns with >350 μJ are generated when Q-switched.

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