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Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser D7(Contributed) Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser Source Materials: Alkaline-free Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate Glasses for Fiber and Waveguide Lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541 Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. P4(Poster) Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate glasses for fiber and waveguide lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541; Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed.

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D7(Contributed) Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser Source Materials: Alkaline-free Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate Glasses for Fiber and Waveguide Lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541 Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. P4(Poster) Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate glasses for fiber and waveguide lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541; Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. D7
Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser
D7(Contributed) Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser Source Materials: Alkaline-free Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate Glasses for Fiber and Waveguide Lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541 Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. P4(Poster) Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate glasses for fiber and waveguide lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541; Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. D7 Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser
D7(Contributed) Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser Source Materials: Alkaline-free Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate Glasses for Fiber and Waveguide Lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541 Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. P4(Poster) Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate glasses for fiber and waveguide lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541; Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. D7 Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser
D7(Contributed) Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser Source Materials: Alkaline-free Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate Glasses for Fiber and Waveguide Lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541 Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. P4(Poster) Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate glasses for fiber and waveguide lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541; Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. D7 Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser
D7(Contributed) Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser Source Materials: Alkaline-free Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate Glasses for Fiber and Waveguide Lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541 Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. P4(Poster) Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate glasses for fiber and waveguide lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541; Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. D7 Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser
D7(Contributed) Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser Source Materials: Alkaline-free Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate Glasses for Fiber and Waveguide Lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541 Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. P4(Poster) Yb 3+ doped Fluorophosphate glasses for fiber and waveguide lasers Ju H. Choi and Frank Shi University of California, Photonic Glass Lab, 916 Engineering Tower, Irvine, CA 92697-2575, USA Alfred Margaryan, AFO Inc., CA, USA Tel: 949-824-5362; Fax:949-824-2541; Email: fgshi@uci.edu ABSTRACT: Fluorophosphate glasses represent a favorable compromise between the requirements of low non-linear refractive index (fluoride glass) and high cross section (phosphate glasses) for laser materials application. In this work, we introduce a new series of glass materials for broadband and eye-safe laser source applications: (Mg, Ba)F2-based fluoride glasses incorporated with metaphosphate compounds. Since this new series of glass can be doped by Yb 3+ ions with a relatively high dopant concentration, they are expected to be a good candidate for compact fiber and waveguide laser applications. In this regard, various optical and spectroscopic characterizations have been performed. D7
Novel Broadband and Eye-safe Laser