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All-Fiber Regenerative Amplification of Low-Energy 40 ps Pulses from a Gain-Switched Laser Diode at Low Repetition Rates

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Abstract

All-fiber acousto-optic modulator controlled regenerative amplification of low-energy 40 ps pulses from a gain-switched laser diode is demonstrated. Unwanted amplified spontaneous emission is suppressed effectively and gain values of more than 37 dB were achieved.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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