Stuart D Jackson

Summary

Affiliation: University of Sydney
Country: Australia

Publications

  1. ncbi request reprint Diode-pumped fiber lasers: a new clinical tool?
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh, 1430, Sydney, Australia
    Lasers Surg Med 30:184-90. 2002
  2. ncbi request reprint An investigation into Raman mode locking of fiber lasers
    David J Spence
    MQ Photonics, Department of Physics, Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia
    Opt Express 16:5277-89. 2008
  3. ncbi request reprint Sequence lasing in a gain-switched Yb3+,Er(3+)-doped silica double-clad fiber laser
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fiber Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh, 1430, Sydney, Australia
    Appl Opt 41:1698-703. 2002
  4. ncbi request reprint Diode-cladding-pumped Yb3+, Ho(3+)-doped silica fiber laser operating at 2.1-microm
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, New South Wales 1430, Australia
    Appl Opt 42:3546-9. 2003
  5. ncbi request reprint Power scaling method for 2-microm diode-cladding-pumped Tm(3+)-doped silica fiber lasers that uses Yb(3+) codoping
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics Cooperative Research Centre, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia
    Opt Lett 28:2192-4. 2003
  6. ncbi request reprint Single-transverse-mode 2.5-W holmium-doped fluoride fiber laser operating at 2.86 microm
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia
    Opt Lett 29:334-6. 2004
  7. ncbi request reprint Directly diode-pumped holmium fiber lasers
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh, 1430 Australia
    Opt Lett 32:2496-8. 2007
  8. ncbi request reprint High-power and highly efficient Tm3+-doped silica fiber lasers pumped with diode lasers operating at 1150 nm
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Univesity of Sydney, Australia
    Opt Lett 32:2873-5. 2007
  9. ncbi request reprint High-power and highly efficient diode-cladding-pumped Ho3+-doped silica fiber lasers
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh 1430, Australia
    Opt Lett 32:3349-51. 2007
  10. ncbi request reprint Efficiency dependence on the Tm3+ and Al3+ concentrations for Tm3+-doped silica double-clad fiber lasers
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics Co operative Research Centre, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia
    Appl Opt 42:2702-7. 2003

Detail Information

Publications13

  1. ncbi request reprint Diode-pumped fiber lasers: a new clinical tool?
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh, 1430, Sydney, Australia
    Lasers Surg Med 30:184-90. 2002
    ..In this review, we outline the basic physics of fiber lasers and illustrate how a number of clinical procedures would benefit from their employment...
  2. ncbi request reprint An investigation into Raman mode locking of fiber lasers
    David J Spence
    MQ Photonics, Department of Physics, Macquarie University, NSW 2109, Australia
    Opt Express 16:5277-89. 2008
    ..We also present a simple method for harmonic mode locking Raman fiber lasers...
  3. ncbi request reprint Sequence lasing in a gain-switched Yb3+,Er(3+)-doped silica double-clad fiber laser
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fiber Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh, 1430, Sydney, Australia
    Appl Opt 41:1698-703. 2002
    ..The wavelength of the output from the fiber laser was measured to vary approximately linearly with fiber length from 1040 to 1046 nm for the Yb(3+)-based laser and 1535 to 1541 nm for the Er(3+)-based laser...
  4. ncbi request reprint Diode-cladding-pumped Yb3+, Ho(3+)-doped silica fiber laser operating at 2.1-microm
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, New South Wales 1430, Australia
    Appl Opt 42:3546-9. 2003
    ..Increasing the Yb3+ and Ho3+ concentrations and the Yb3+:Ho3+ concentration ratio may lead to an improvement in the overall efficiency of the device...
  5. ncbi request reprint Power scaling method for 2-microm diode-cladding-pumped Tm(3+)-doped silica fiber lasers that uses Yb(3+) codoping
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics Cooperative Research Centre, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia
    Opt Lett 28:2192-4. 2003
    ..Efficient Yb(3+) --> Tm(3+) energy transfer and efficient cross relaxation combined with minimal upconversion losses were thus operating. At the maximum output power of 18 W, the fiber laser operated at a center wavelength of 2050 nm...
  6. ncbi request reprint Single-transverse-mode 2.5-W holmium-doped fluoride fiber laser operating at 2.86 microm
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics CRC, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia
    Opt Lett 29:334-6. 2004
    ..Saturation of the output is avoided with Pr3+ codoping, which allows single-transition output. The center wavelength of the output was 2.86 microm and the bandwidth at maximum power was approximately 15 nm...
  7. ncbi request reprint Directly diode-pumped holmium fiber lasers
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh, 1430 Australia
    Opt Lett 32:2496-8. 2007
    ..Using Ho(3+)-doped silica fiber, a maximum output power of 55 mW at 2.1 microm was generated at a slope efficiency of 27%, a value limited by the presence of pump excited state absorption...
  8. ncbi request reprint High-power and highly efficient Tm3+-doped silica fiber lasers pumped with diode lasers operating at 1150 nm
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Univesity of Sydney, Australia
    Opt Lett 32:2873-5. 2007
    ..The output power was scaled to 4.77 W when both ends of the fiber were pumped...
  9. ncbi request reprint High-power and highly efficient diode-cladding-pumped Ho3+-doped silica fiber lasers
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh 1430, Australia
    Opt Lett 32:3349-51. 2007
    ..2W. This result was achieved using a low Ho3+-ion concentration and La3+-ion codoping, which together limit the transfer of energy between excited Ho3+ ions...
  10. ncbi request reprint Efficiency dependence on the Tm3+ and Al3+ concentrations for Tm3+-doped silica double-clad fiber lasers
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, Australian Photonics Co operative Research Centre, The University of Sydney, 206 National Innovation Centre, Australian Technology Park, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia
    Appl Opt 42:2702-7. 2003
    ..For Tm3+ concentrations of >1 wt. %, Al3+/Tm3+ concentration ratios of > 10 are recommended forreducing scattering losses, quenching the lifetime, or both...
  11. ncbi request reprint Passively Q-switched Tm(3+)-doped silica fiber lasers
    Stuart D Jackson
    Optical Fiber Technology Centre, The University of Sydney, 1430 Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia
    Appl Opt 46:3311-7. 2007
    ..For long Ho(3+)-doped silica fiber lengths, randomly generated pulses are observed at operating wavelengths longer than 2090 nm, which are attributed to intracavity pumping of the Ho(3+)-doped silica fiber...
  12. ncbi request reprint Optical loss mechanisms in femtosecond laser-written point-by-point fibre Bragg gratings
    Mattias L Aslund
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
    Opt Express 16:14248-54. 2008
    ..The permanent losses from these Type II gratings have implications for high temperature sensors and fibre lasers...
  13. ncbi request reprint Birefringent all-solid hybrid microstructured fiber
    Ryuichiro Goto
    Optical Fibre Technology Centre, School of Physics, University of Sydney, Eveleigh, NSW 1430, Australia
    Opt Express 16:18752-63. 2008
    ..This structure is suitable for linearly-polarized, cladding-pumped fiber lasers utilizing the properties of PBG fibers...