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Coherent picosecond pulse stacking by cascaded fiber Bragg gratings for flat-top pulse generation

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Abstract

We present a simple and robust pulse shaping device based on coherent pulse stacking. The device is based on fiber Bragg gratings written in a polarisation maintaining step index fiber and a fiber optical circulator. Temperature control allows tuning of the relative pulse amplitudes and phases of the pulse replicas.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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