Additive Pulse Mode Locking

A technique for mode locking a Laser using a nonlinear interaction in an external resonator.

Additive-pulse mode locking (sometimes also called coupled-cavity mode locking) is a technique for Passive Mode Locking of lasers used for generating short optical Pulses with durations of picoseconds or femtoseconds.




Related Terms
Active Mode Locking,   Additive Pulse Mode Locking,   additive-pulse mode locking,   Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM,   Bound Mode,   Burst Mode Laser,   Chirped Pulse,   Chirped Pulse Amplification Laser,   Cladding Mode,   Cladding Mode Stripper,  

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