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Fiber Laser Sources and Amplifiers II
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1373
Date Published: 1 January 1991
Softcover: 23 papers (276) pages
ISBN: 9780819404343

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Fabrication of rare-earth-doped optical fiber
Author(s): David J. DiGiovanni
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Inhomogeneous line broadening of optical transitions in Nd3+ and Er3+ doped preforms and fibers
Author(s): Anne-Marie Jurdyc; Bernard Jacquier; Jean-Claude Gacon; Christian Le Sergent; Jean-Francois Marcerou
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Excited state cross sections for Er-doped glasses
Author(s): Stanley A. Zemon; Gary M. Lambert; William J. Miniscalco; Richard W. Davies; Bruce T. Hall; Robert C. Folweiler; Ta-Sheng Wei; Leonard J. Andrews; Mahendra P. Singh
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Progress in fluoride fiber lasers and amplifiers
Author(s): Paul William France; Michael C. Brierley
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Polarization effects in fiber lasers: phenomena, theory, and applications
Author(s): Jin T. Lin; William A. Gambling
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Narrow linewidth fiber laser sources
Author(s): Gregory J. Cowle; Laurence Reekie; Paul Morkel; David N. Payne
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1.55-um broadband fiber sources pumped near 980 nm
Author(s): Paul F. Wysocki; Robert F. Kalman; Michel J. F. Digonnet; Byoung Yoon Kim
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Advances in Erbium-doped fiber amplifiers for optical communications
Author(s): John L. Zyskind
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Efficient, high-power, high-gain Er3+-doped silica fiber amplifier
Author(s): Jennifer F. Massicott; Richard R. Wyatt; B. James Ainslie; S. P. Craig-Ryan
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Comparison of gain dependence of different Er-doped fiber structures
Author(s): Simo K. T. Tammela; Xiaowei Zhan; Pauli Kiiveri
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Large-signal model and signal/noise ratio analysis for Nd3+-doped fiber amplifiers at 1.3 um
Author(s): Mark L. Dakss; William J. Miniscalco
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Frequency doubling, absorption, and grating formation in glass fibers: effective defects or defective effects?
Author(s): Philip St.J. Russell; L. J. Poyntz-Wright; Duncan P. Hand
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Ultrafast pulse generation in fiber lasers
Author(s): James D. Kafka; Thomas M. Baer
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Thulium-doped silica fiber lasers
Author(s): Anne C. Tropper; Richard G. Smart; Ian R. Perry; David C. Hanna; John R. Lincoln; William S. Brocklesby
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Fluoride fiber lasers
Author(s): Richard G. Smart; John N. Carter; Anne C. Tropper; David C. Hanna
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General theoretical approach describing the complete behavior of the erbium-doped fiber amplifier
Author(s): Jean-Francois Marcerou; Herve A. Fevrier; Josiane Ramos; Jacques C. Auge; Philippe Bousselet
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Erbium-doped fiber amplifiers for future undersea transmission systems
Author(s): Jennifer Aspell; Neal S. Bergano
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Applications of fiber amplifiers to high-data-rate nonlinear transmission
Author(s): David M. Spirit; Graeme N. Brown; Ian Marshall; Lutz C. Blank
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Modeling of three-level laser superfluorescent fiber sources
Author(s): Robert F. Kalman; Michel J. F. Digonnet; Paul F. Wysocki
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Noise characteristics of rare-earth-doped fiber sources and amplifiers
Author(s): Paul Morkel; Richard Ian Laming; Gregory J. Cowle; David N. Payne
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Spectrum thermal stability of Nd- and Er-doped fiber sources
Author(s): Paul F. Wysocki; Kenneth A. Fesler; Alice C. Liu; Michel J. F. Digonnet; Byoung Yoon Kim
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FM-cavity-dumped Nd-doped fiber laser
Author(s): Luis A. Zenteno; Hong Po
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Noise and gain performance for an Er3+-doped fiber amplifier pumped at 980 nm or 1480 nm
Author(s): Helle Vendeltorp-Pommer; Frands Bo Pedersen; Anders Bjarklev; Joern Hedegaard Povlsen
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