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  • Amplified Noise nonstationarity in a mode locked laser based on nonlinear polarization rotation
    Optics Letters, 2019
    Co-Authors: Carlos Andres Perilla Rozo, Philippe Guay, Jeandaniel Deschenes, Jerome Genest

    Abstract:

    Beat note measurements between a mode-locked (ML) and a continuous-wave laser, as well as between two ML sources, were used to demonstrate that the sub-threshold, cavity filtered, Amplified spontaneous emission is not stationary, even when a fast mode-locking mechanism, such as nonlinear polarization rotation, is used to generate short pulses. A relatively small gain modulation of a few percent created by high-intensity pulses can produce a significant modulation of the Amplified Noise once synchronously accumulated over several cavity round-trips, even if the repetition rate is faster than the gain dynamics.

  • Amplified Noise nonstationarity in a mode locked laser based on nonlinear polarization rotation
    arXiv: Optics, 2019
    Co-Authors: Carlos Andres Perilla Rozo, Philippe Guay, Jeandaniel Deschenes, Jerome Genest

    Abstract:

    Beat note measurements between a mode-locked and a continuous-wave laser as well as between two mode-locked sources were used to demonstrate that the sub-threshold, cavity filtered, Amplified spontaneous emission is not stationary even when a fast mode-locking mechanism, such as nonlinear polarization rotation, is used to generate short pulses. A relatively small gain modulation of a few percents created by high intensity pulses can produce a significant modulation of the Amplified Noise once synchronously accumulated over several cavity round-trips, even if the repetition rate is faster than the gain dynamics.

Carlos Andres Perilla Rozo – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Amplified Noise nonstationarity in a mode locked laser based on nonlinear polarization rotation
    Optics Letters, 2019
    Co-Authors: Carlos Andres Perilla Rozo, Philippe Guay, Jeandaniel Deschenes, Jerome Genest

    Abstract:

    Beat note measurements between a mode-locked (ML) and a continuous-wave laser, as well as between two ML sources, were used to demonstrate that the sub-threshold, cavity filtered, Amplified spontaneous emission is not stationary, even when a fast mode-locking mechanism, such as nonlinear polarization rotation, is used to generate short pulses. A relatively small gain modulation of a few percent created by high-intensity pulses can produce a significant modulation of the Amplified Noise once synchronously accumulated over several cavity round-trips, even if the repetition rate is faster than the gain dynamics.

  • Amplified Noise nonstationarity in a mode locked laser based on nonlinear polarization rotation
    arXiv: Optics, 2019
    Co-Authors: Carlos Andres Perilla Rozo, Philippe Guay, Jeandaniel Deschenes, Jerome Genest

    Abstract:

    Beat note measurements between a mode-locked and a continuous-wave laser as well as between two mode-locked sources were used to demonstrate that the sub-threshold, cavity filtered, Amplified spontaneous emission is not stationary even when a fast mode-locking mechanism, such as nonlinear polarization rotation, is used to generate short pulses. A relatively small gain modulation of a few percents created by high intensity pulses can produce a significant modulation of the Amplified Noise once synchronously accumulated over several cavity round-trips, even if the repetition rate is faster than the gain dynamics.

Jeandaniel Deschenes – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Amplified Noise nonstationarity in a mode locked laser based on nonlinear polarization rotation
    Optics Letters, 2019
    Co-Authors: Carlos Andres Perilla Rozo, Philippe Guay, Jeandaniel Deschenes, Jerome Genest

    Abstract:

    Beat note measurements between a mode-locked (ML) and a continuous-wave laser, as well as between two ML sources, were used to demonstrate that the sub-threshold, cavity filtered, Amplified spontaneous emission is not stationary, even when a fast mode-locking mechanism, such as nonlinear polarization rotation, is used to generate short pulses. A relatively small gain modulation of a few percent created by high-intensity pulses can produce a significant modulation of the Amplified Noise once synchronously accumulated over several cavity round-trips, even if the repetition rate is faster than the gain dynamics.

  • Amplified Noise nonstationarity in a mode locked laser based on nonlinear polarization rotation
    arXiv: Optics, 2019
    Co-Authors: Carlos Andres Perilla Rozo, Philippe Guay, Jeandaniel Deschenes, Jerome Genest

    Abstract:

    Beat note measurements between a mode-locked and a continuous-wave laser as well as between two mode-locked sources were used to demonstrate that the sub-threshold, cavity filtered, Amplified spontaneous emission is not stationary even when a fast mode-locking mechanism, such as nonlinear polarization rotation, is used to generate short pulses. A relatively small gain modulation of a few percents created by high intensity pulses can produce a significant modulation of the Amplified Noise once synchronously accumulated over several cavity round-trips, even if the repetition rate is faster than the gain dynamics.