By Oleksiy Shulika, Igor Sukhoivanov
The booklet provides a mix of utilized and primary study reflecting a number of issues in laser physics and applications
It provides either the review-type contributions and good researched and documented case reviews, and is meant for graduate scholars, younger scientist, and emeritus scientist working/studying in laser physics, optoelectronics, optics, photonics, and adjoining areas
The publication includes either experimental and theoretical stories, in addition to their combos of those two
Contains over one hundred thirty illustrations
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Therefore, any gap between the SMF and MMF is now a LMMF, and this effectively increases the length of the MMF. By changing the separation between the SMF and MMF, we control the effective MMF length and thus wavelength tuning should be achieved. Given the tight tolerances of the ferrule and No-Core fiber dimensions, the 26 D. A. -Arrioja et al. Fig. 5 Wavelength tuning characteristics of the double-clad Yb-doped fiber laser using the free space MMI tuning mechanism Fig. 6 Schematic of the ferrule based wavelength tuning MMI device fibers are reasonably aligned in the transverse direction after their insertion into the ferrule.
Therefore, the light exiting the MMF will converge to a point beyond the fiber facet (in air) and forms a beam waist with a plane wavefront. If a mirror is placed at this free-space location where this self-image point occurs, the light will be reflected back into the MMF and the operating wavelength will be coupled back to the input SMF fiber. Since the selfimage position is wavelength dependent, by changing the position of the mirror along the MMF axis we can control the MMI peak transmission wavelength.
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Advanced Lasers: Laser Physics and Technology for Applied and Fundamental Science by Oleksiy Shulika, Igor Sukhoivanov