Switching among pulse-generation regimes in passively mode-locked fibre laser by adaptive filtering

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Peng, Junsong; Boscolo, Sonia;
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    arxiv: Physics::Optics

We show both numerically and experimentally that dispersion management can be realized by manipulating the dispersion of a filter in a passively mode-locked fibre laser. A programmable filter the dispersion of which can be software configured is employed in the laser. S... View more
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