During past years, disordered laser material with a broadened emission spectrum has attracted great attention because of its advantages in achieving laser sources with tunable lasing wavelengths. For example, in early 2004, Rico et al. reported a wavelength tunable operation in a disordered laser. In 2009, Yu et al. reported a dual-wavelength operation in a disordered (Nd:CNGG) laser. , one of the oxyorthosilicate materials, has been demonstrated to tunably lase at about 900 nm. Another disordered oxyorthosilicate material, crystal, was also reported to have many lasing possibilities at various emission lines. Disordered laser material has another very important advantage, namely generating a femtosecond ultrashort pulse laser. For instance, in 2009, Xie et al. demonstrated a 900 fs laser using a (Nd:CLNGG) disordered crystal. In 2014, Qin et al. reported a mode-locked disordered laser with a pulse time duration down to 103 fs. In 2016, Ma et al. achieved a mode-locked disordered laser with a pulse width as short as 79 fs.