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Passive All-fiber Transversal Mode Filter for High-Power CW Fiber Laser Applications

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Abstract

It is shown that monolithic CW LMA-fiber lasers inherently operate in a transversally multimode regime. Accordingly, a novel all-fiber passive transversal mode filter to improve the performance of CW fiber lasers is proposed.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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