Stability analysis of pulsed cascaded Raman lasers in dispersion-managed systems

Year: 2011

Authors: Kalyoncu S.K., Gao S., Tien E.-K., Huang Y., Yildirim D., Adas E., Wabnitz S., Boyraz O.

Autors Affiliation: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697, United States; Department of Information Engineering, University of Brescia, 25123 Brescia, Italy; Electrical Engineering Department, Istanbul Sehir University, Istanbul, Turkey

Abstract: We investigate synchronous first and second order pulsed Raman lasers that can achieve frequency spacing of up to 1000cm-1 for CARS microscopy applications. In particular, we focus on analytical and numerical analysis of pulsed stability derived for Raman lasers by using dispersion-managed telecom fibers and pumping at near 1530nm telecom wavelengths. We show the evolution of the first and second order Stokes signals at the output for different peak pump power and the net anomalous dispersion combinations. We determine the stability condition for dispersion-managed synchronous Raman lasers up to second order. The results show that the stable second order Raman Stokes pulses with 0:02W to 0:1W peak power and 1 ps to 2:1 ps pulse width can be achieved in proposed dispersion-managed systems.


Volume: 28 (11)      Pages from: 2812  to: 2819

More Information: This work is supported by the DARPA Remoted Analog-to-Digital Converter with De-serialization and Reconstruction (RADER) program.
KeyWords: Dispersion (waves); Dispersions; Numerical analysis; Optical pumping, Anomalous dispersion; Dispersion-managed systems; Frequency spacing; Peak power; Pulse width; Pump power; Raman lasers; Raman Stokes; Second orders; Second-order stokes; Stability analysis; Stability condition; Telecom fibers; Telecom wavelengths, Pulsed lasers
DOI: 10.1364/JOSAB.28.002812

Citations: 2
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