Erbium doped ZBLAN fiber laser operating in the visible - feasibility study
AbstractThis work is focused on developing all-fiber green laser in hybrid geometry, based on combination of Er:ZBLAN active fiber and silica fiber-based passive components of optical resonator and deploying Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBGs) as highly selective mirrors for green spectral range. The scope of work covers fundamental spectroscopic characterization of Er:ZBLAN samples, determination of key spectroscopic parameters, modelling the lasing properties and lasing experiments in different pumping geometries.
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How to Cite
P. Komorowski, K. Anders, U. Zdulska, and R. Piramidowicz, “Erbium doped ZBLAN fiber laser operating in the visible - feasibility study”, Photonics Lett. Pol., vol. 9, no. 3, pp. pp. 85–87, Sep. 2017.