Overview

optical fiber for laser

For fiber laser between 890 - 1060 nm 

iXblue Photonics Neodymium Aluminosilicate double clad fibers have been developed to maximize fiber efficiency through a precisely controlled host composition. Compared to a standard Neodymium fiber, the 1.06-micron emission is reduced through careful fiber design optimization.n.

Our double clad fibers are routinely tested to various parameters such as photodarkening and environmental behavior.

 

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Highlights

Benefits & Features

  • Host composition optimized for high energy efficiency and low clustering
  • Low splicing losses
  • High NA, High performance low-index cladding
  • Low background losses
  • Low macrobending losses at operating wavelength

 

Applications

  • 0.9 to 1.064 µm fiber lasers

 

Main Specifications

Datasheet

 

Products

Publications

Watt-level single-frequency tunable neodymium MOPA fiber laser operating at 915-937 nm

S. Rota-Rodrigo, B. Gouhier, M. Laroche, J. Zhao, B. Canuel, A. Bertoldi, P. Bouyer, N. Traynor, B. Cadier, T. Robin & G. Santarelli

Photonics West

January 2018

 

We have developed a Watt-level single-frequency tunable fiber laser in the 915–937 nm spectral window. The laser is based on a neodymium-doped fiber master oscillator power amplifier architecture, with two amplification stages using a 20 mW extended cavity diode laser as seed...

Transverse mode selection in a Nd-doped fiber amplifier at 910 nm

B. Leconte, H. Gilles, T.Robin, B. Cadier & M. Laroche

Optic Express 25, 18314-18319

2017

 

Selective amplifications of LP01 fundamental mode and higher order modes LP11 and LP01 are demonstrated in a double-pass Nd-doped LMA fiber amplifier operating at 910 nm. A multimode core fiber Bragg grating is employed to select a single guided mode by simply adjusting...