Abstract

In recent years the direct laser-writing technique with ultrashort pulses became a great tool for the fabrication of three dimensional integrated optical devices in dielectric media. Highly efficient miniaturized lasers, emitting in the near infrared have been realized by the inscription of waveguides in various rare earth doped crystals [1, 2].

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