Abstract

Polarization-maintaining passively synchronized ytterbium and erbium fiber lasers were demonstrated to deliver tunable pulses of 1016-1048 nm and frequency doubled pulses at 790 nm, which were used in coherent anti-Stokes Raman imaging.

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