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Third-order dispersion as a limiting factor to mode locking in femtosecond solitary lasers

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Abstract

Third-order dispersion in femtosecond solid-state lasers can induce a resonant transfer of energy from the mode-locked pulse into a dispersive background. The presence of intensity-dependent self-amplitude modulation can compensate for this loss. A condition for energy balance between these two effects is evaluated and related to the stability of femtosecond pulse generation.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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