The Generation of Dual Wavelength Pulse Fiber Laser Using Fiber Bragg Grating
Keywords:Dual wavelength pulse fiber laser, fiber Bragg gratings, pulse spacing, repetition rate, signal to noise ratio
AbstractA stable simple generation of dual wavelength pulse fiber laser on experimental method is proposed and demonstrated by using Figure eight circuit diagram. The generation of dual wavelength pulse fiber laser was proposed using fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs) with two different central wavelengths which are 1550 nm and 1560 nm. At 600 mA (27.78 dBm) of laser diode, the stability of dual wavelength pulse fiber laser appears on 1550 nm and 1560 nm with the respective peak powers of -54.03 dBm and -58.00 dBm. The wavelength spacing of the spectrum is about 10 nm while the signal noise to ratio (SNR) for both peaks are about 8.23 dBm and 9.67 dBm. In addition, the repetition rate is 2.878 MHz with corresponding pulse spacing of about 0.5 Âµs, is recorded.
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Abdul Hadi, F. S., Zakaria, Z., Awang, N. A., & Azmi, A. N. (2017). The Generation of Dual Wavelength Pulse Fiber Laser Using Fiber Bragg Grating. Journal of Science and Technology, 9(3). Retrieved from https://publisher.uthm.edu.my/ojs/index.php/JST/article/view/2064
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