Abstract

Recent work in other laboratories has demonstrated that improved passive mode-locking can be obtained in resonator configurations in which two mode-locked pulses coming from opposite directions collide in a thin saturable cell,1 The improvement is partly due to the fact that the pulse saturation effects are effectively doubled. Grating effects2 may also play a significant role in the pulse compression process.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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