Single-wavelength ring-cavity Brillouin-Raman fiber laser

Ahmad Hambali, Nor Azura Malini and Mahdi, Mohd Adzir and Al-Mansoori, Mohammed Hayder and Saripan, M. Iqbal and Abas, Ahmad Fauzi and Ajiya, M. (2010) Single-wavelength ring-cavity Brillouin-Raman fiber laser. Laser Physics Letters, 7 (6). pp. 454-457. ISSN 1612-2011

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Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate a ring-cavity, single-wavelength Brillouin-Raman fiber laser. An 11-km long dispersion compensating fiber was used as the medium for the Raman as well as the Brillouin amplification. A threshold power of 27 mW was recorded to get the Brillouin-Stokes line at 1455 nm pump wavelength. At an injected Brillouin pump power of 2 mW, while the Raman pump unit was fixed at a power of 296 mW, the single-wavelength Brillouin-Raman fiber laser can be tuned from 1520 nm to 1580 nm without any self-lasing cavity modes in the laser system. The Brillouin- Stokes line has a 3-dB power fluctuation within 26 nm from 1542 nm to 1568 nm.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:stimulated Brillouin scattering, stimulated Raman scattering, ring cavity, single wavelength, wavelength tunability
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Engineering
Publisher:Wiley-Blackwell
DOI Number:10.1002/lapl.201010013
ID Code:11614
Deposited By: Anas Yahaya
Deposited On:08 Apr 2011 08:58
Last Modified:08 Apr 2011 09:10

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