Abstract

In this paper we propose a novel multiwavelength-switchable fiber laser based on a semiconductor optical amplifier and sampled fiber Bragg gratings, using high polarization selectivity of a polarization beam splitter. Multiwavelength-switching operation of five laser lines with 0.8 nm wavelength spacing has been successfully demonstrated at room temperature with the proper control of the polarization state of the cavity light.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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