Advances in Mid-IR Fiber Lasers: Tellurite, Fluoride and Chalcogenide
AbstractA review on the recent progress in modeling and fabrication of medium infrared (Mid-IR) fiber lasers is reported. The main objective is to illustrate some recent examples of continuous wave optical sources at wavelengths longer than those commonly employed in telecom applications and allowing high beam quality. A small number of Mid-IR lasers, among the large variety of schemes, glasses, dopants and pumping schemes reported in literature, is selected on the basis of their slope efficiency and threshold pump power. In particular, tellurite, fluoride and chalcogenide fiber lasers are considered. More details are given with reference to the novel pumping schemes. View Full-Text
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Falconi, M.C.; Laneve, D.; Prudenzano, F. Advances in Mid-IR Fiber Lasers: Tellurite, Fluoride and Chalcogenide. Fibers 2017, 5, 23.
Falconi MC, Laneve D, Prudenzano F. Advances in Mid-IR Fiber Lasers: Tellurite, Fluoride and Chalcogenide. Fibers. 2017; 5(2):23.Chicago/Turabian Style
Falconi, Mario C.; Laneve, Dario; Prudenzano, Francesco. 2017. "Advances in Mid-IR Fiber Lasers: Tellurite, Fluoride and Chalcogenide." Fibers 5, no. 2: 23.
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