Abstract

We have demonstrated an ultrashort-pulse Yb3+-fiber laser and amplifier system that produces >400-nJ pulses at a repetition rate of 62 MHz (>25-W average power). The output pulses were recompressed to a duration of 110 fs with good pulse quality by use of a standard bulk grating-based compressor.

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