Pulse-amplitude equalization by negative impulse modulation for rational harmonic mode locking
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FIBER RING LASER; Optics
We propose a novel technique based on negative impulse modulation for pulse repetition rate multiplication by rational harmonic mode locking with pulse-amplitude-equalized pulses directly from the laser cavity. We have generated a pulse train of 15 GHz with more than 16 dB suppression of unwanted amplitude modulation spurs by using a 1 GHz RF signal. This is the highest suppression ratio for a repetition rate multiplication factor of 15 to our knowledge. (c) 2006 Optical Society of America.
"Pulse-amplitude equalization by negative impulse modulation for rational harmonic mode locking" (2006). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 7871.