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Nearly 3-6µm Spectral Comb Derived from Tm Mode-locked Laser using GaAs-based Degenerate OPO

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We use a degenerate OPO pumped by an ultrafast 2050-nm Tm-fiber laser to generate a broadband mid-infrared comb. A GaAs gain element and dispersion management access an ~octave-wide output spectrum extending from 3.1 to 5.9µm

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