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Publisher: Optical Society of America
Languages: English
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Single polarisation operation of fibre ring laser has been realised by employing an intracavity 45°tilted fibre Bragg gratings (45° TFBGs). The degree of polarisation of 99.94% of the laser was demonstrated with good stability.
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    • [1] J.T.Lin and W.A.Gambling, “Polarization effects in fibre lasers: Phenomena, Theory and Applications,” in Fiber Laser Sources and Amplifiers II Vol 1373 (SPIE 1990), pp.42-53.
    • [2] D.Pureur, M.Douay, P.Bernage, P,Niay, and J.F.Bayon, “Single-Polarization Fiber Using Bragg Gratings in Hi-Bi Fibers,” IEEE Jour.Ligh.Techno. Vol.13, No.3 350-355(1995)
    • [3] K. Zhou, G. Simpson, X. F. Chen, L. Zhang, I. Bennion, Opt. Lett. 30, 1285(2005)
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