Abstract

We experimentally studied the influence of different operation wavelengths on the heat-load in a fiber-laser. Photodarkening and quantum-defect heating results in an unexpected wavelength dependence of mode-instabilities. We provide guidelines to maximize the diffraction-limited output-power.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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