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Pulse repetition rate up to 92 GHz or pulse duration shorter than 110 fs from a mode-locked semiconductor disk laser
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A semiconductor disk laser based on an InGaAs/AlGaAs quantum-well gain medium was mode-locked by a fast semiconductor saturable absorber mirror. By high-order harmonic mode-locking a 92 GHz pulse train was obtained with a pulse duration of . In order to achieve fundamental mode-locking, too strong saturation of the semiconductor elements had to be avoided. In a single-pulse regime, pulses shorter than 110 fs were generated at a wavelength of 1030 nm.
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