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Self-starting Passive Mode Locking in a Fiber Laser with Frequency Shifted Feedback

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A frequency shift of >20kHz per roundtrip along with the Kerr-nonlinearity of the active fiber is shown to start and sustain passive mode locking in a Nd3+-fiber laser.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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