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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 1789

Fiber Laser Sources and Amplifiers IV
Editor(s): Michel J. F. Digonnet; Elias Snitzer
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1789
Date Published: 23 March 1993
Softcover: 32 papers (300) pages
ISBN: 9780819409683

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Low-threshold tunable soliton source
Author(s): Ciaran R. O'Cochlain; Robert J. Mears
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Coherent coupling of an array of Nd3+-doped single-mode fiber lasers using an intracavity phase grating
Author(s): Jacques Morel; Alain Woodtli; Rene Daendliker
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Modulation bandwidth of fiber distributed-feedback lasers
Author(s): Agnieszka Mossakowska; Pawel Szczepanski; Wieslaw L. Wolinski
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Cavity length dependence of erbium-doped fiber laser performances
Author(s): Jordi Guitart; Sergio Ruiz-Moreno
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Excess noise factor in fiber distributed-feedback lasers
Author(s): Anna Tyszka; Pawel Szczepanski; Wieslaw L. Wolinski
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Upconversion and 980-nm excited-state absorption in erbium-doped glass
Author(s): Richard S. Quimby; William J. Miniscalco; Barbara A. Thompson
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Comparison of Nd3+-doped glasses for amplification in the 1300-nm region
Author(s): Stanley A. Zemon; William J. Miniscalco; Gary M. Lambert; Barbara A. Thompson; Mark A. Newhouse; Paul A. Tick; Leslie J. Button; Douglas W. Hall
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Evidence and modeling of paired ions and other loss mechanisms in erbium-doped silica fibers
Author(s): Paul F. Wysocki; Jefferson L. Wagener; Michel J. F. Digonnet; H. John Shaw
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Effect of concentration on the efficiency of erbium-doped silica fiber lasers
Author(s): Jefferson L. Wagener; Paul F. Wysocki; Michel J. F. Digonnet; H. John Shaw; David J. DiGiovanni
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Resonantly enhanced nonlinear optical switching in rare-earth-doped fibers
Author(s): Robert W. Sadowski; Michel J. F. Digonnet; Richard H. Pantell; H. John Shaw
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Stimulated Brillouin scattering in cascaded fibers of different Brillouin frequency shifts
Author(s): C. A. S. de Oliveira; Cheng-Kuei Jen; Alain Z. Shang; Costas Saravanos
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New features of 977-nm anti-Stokes stimulated four-photon mixing pulses emitted from an Er3+-doped silica fiber
Author(s): Yi-Min Hua; Qu Li; Yingli Chen; Yi-Xin Chen
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Design and fabrication of high-performance Er3+ fiber devices
Author(s): Janet E. Townsend; Michalis N. Zervas; Richard Ian Laming
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Amplification in "few-mode" Er3+-doped fiber amplifiers
Author(s): C. Randy Giles; Herman M. Presby; Gerald Nykolak; Stuart A. Kramer; David J. DiGiovanni
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Experimental investigation of tapered erbium-doped fiber amplifiers
Author(s): Anders Grunnet-Jepsen; Kim Schuesler; Svend Dahl-Petersen; Bera Palsdottir; Anders Bjarklev; Karsten Rottwitt; Joern Hedegaard Povlsen; Thomas P. Rasmussen
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Efficient erbium-doped fiber amplifiers incorporating an optical isolator
Author(s): Michalis N. Zervas; Richard Ian Laming; David N. Payne
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Temporal modeling of erbium-doped fiber amplifiers
Author(s): Balakrishnan Sridhar; Steven P. Bastien; Harish R. Sunak
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Recent progress in high-gain, high-output-power praseodymium-doped fluoride fiber amplifiers for the 1.3-um spectral region
Author(s): Richard R. Wyatt; Tim J. Whitley; Steven T. Davey; Daryl Szebesta
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Optimization of Pr3+-doped fluoride fiber amplifiers and substantial performance improvement with a pump reflecting mirror
Author(s): Mala Krishnan; Steven P. Bastien; Harish R. Sunak
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Analysis of Pr3+- and Nd3+-doped fiber amplifiers at 1300 nm
Author(s): Bjarne B. Pedersen; William J. Miniscalco; Stanley A. Zemon; Richard S. Quimby
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Comparison of the noise performance in erbium- and praseodymium-doped fiber amplifiers
Author(s): Jun Bao; Steven P. Bastien; Harish R. Sunak
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Multiwavelength pumping of erbium-doped fiber amplifiers in the 980-nm band
Author(s): Jagannath Chirravuri; Andrew Silletti; William J. Miniscalco; Richard W. Davies; Wayne F. Sharfin; Ta-Sheng Wei
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Effect of pumping configuration on noise figure and efficiency for 0.98-um-pumped saturated erbium-doped fiber amplifiers
Author(s): Richard G. Smart; John L. Zyskind; James W. Sulhoff; David J. DiGiovanni
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Erbium-doped fiber power amplifiers with pump reflecting mirrors in the 800-nm band
Author(s): Balakrishnan Sridhar; Steven P. Bastien; Harish R. Sunak
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Design and fabrication of high-gain-efficiency erbium-doped fiber amplifiers
Author(s): Michalis N. Zervas; Richard Ian Laming; Janet E. Townsend; David N. Payne
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Erbium-doped fiber amplifier characteristics pumped both simultaneously and sequentially at different pump wavelengths and pump powers
Author(s): Prita Nair; Mridula Joshi; B. M. Sivaram; J. P. Raina
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Wavelength division multiplexing applications for optically amplified systems
Author(s): Samia M. Bahsoun; D. A. Fishman; Jonathan A. Nagel
Relevant EDFA features for CATV applications
Author(s): Jean-Pierre Blondel; Bertrand B. Clesca
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Long-haul transmission in aluminum- and germaniumcodoped distributed erbium-doped fibers
Author(s): Karsten Rottwitt; Joern Hedegaard Povlsen; Anders Bjarklev; Ole Lumholt; Frands Bo Pedersen; Thomas P. Rasmussen
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Modeling of pulse generation from a self-starting all-fiber soliton laser
Author(s): Vassilis Tzelepis; Akis Markatos; Sofronis Kalpogiannis; Thomas Sphicopoulos; Costas Caroubalos
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Packaged Er-doped fiber amplifier module at 980 nm
Author(s): Jean-Marc P. Delavaux; Carlos F. Flores; Yong-Kwan Park; Sun-Yuan Huang; Curtis A. Jack; David J. DiGiovanni
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Spectral dependence of noise and gain in Er-doped fiber preamplifier at 980 nm
Author(s): Jean-Marc P. Delavaux; John F. Federici; David J. DiGiovanni
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