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Mode-Locked Fiber Laser Without Gain-Bandwidth Limitation

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We show that self-similar evolution in a fiber laser can stabilize spectra broader than the gain bandwidth. 21-fs pulses, which are the shortest from a fiber laser to date, and 200-nm spectra are generated.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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