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Title: Ring Fiber Lasers Based on EIT-Like Fano Resonances as a Wavelength-Selective Element
Authors: Yadong Miao;Mi Li;Yuejiang Song
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Based on strong over-coupling between a thin fiber taper and a microcylinder, electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT)-like Fano resonances resulting from a destructive interference between the microcylinder resonances and the background continuum transmission in the fiber are featured as a narrowband optical filter. The quality factor (Q factor) and the extinction ratio can be up to 2&x00D7;10<sup>5</sup> and 10 dB, respectively. When such an optical filter is applied in an erbium (Er)-doped fiber laser, a stable continuous-wave laser output can be generated with a 27.9-mW pump threshold and a ~20-MHz linewidth. In addition, by adjusting the polarization of the laser cavity, we demonstrate the tuning of the output wavelength of the ring laser.
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volume: 29
issue: 21
More Information: 1900,
1902
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Title: Ring Fiber Lasers Based on EIT-Like Fano Resonances as a Wavelength-Selective Element
Authors: Yadong Miao;Mi Li;Yuejiang Song
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Based on strong over-coupling between a thin fiber taper and a microcylinder, electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT)-like Fano resonances resulting from a destructive interference between the microcylinder resonances and the background continuum transmission in the fiber are featured as a narrowband optical filter. The quality factor (Q factor) and the extinction ratio can be up to 2&x00D7;10<sup>5</sup> and 10 dB, respectively. When such an optical filter is applied in an erbium (Er)-doped fiber laser, a stable continuous-wave laser output can be generated with a 27.9-mW pump threshold and a ~20-MHz linewidth. In addition, by adjusting the polarization of the laser cavity, we demonstrate the tuning of the output wavelength of the ring laser.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/216330
volume: 29
issue: 21
More Information: 1900,
1902
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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8048468.pdf580.64 kBAdobe PDF
Title: Ring Fiber Lasers Based on EIT-Like Fano Resonances as a Wavelength-Selective Element
Authors: Yadong Miao;Mi Li;Yuejiang Song
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Based on strong over-coupling between a thin fiber taper and a microcylinder, electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT)-like Fano resonances resulting from a destructive interference between the microcylinder resonances and the background continuum transmission in the fiber are featured as a narrowband optical filter. The quality factor (Q factor) and the extinction ratio can be up to 2&x00D7;10<sup>5</sup> and 10 dB, respectively. When such an optical filter is applied in an erbium (Er)-doped fiber laser, a stable continuous-wave laser output can be generated with a 27.9-mW pump threshold and a ~20-MHz linewidth. In addition, by adjusting the polarization of the laser cavity, we demonstrate the tuning of the output wavelength of the ring laser.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/216330
volume: 29
issue: 21
More Information: 1900,
1902
Appears in Collections:2017

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8048468.pdf580.64 kBAdobe PDF