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Fibre Bragg gratings; application to lasers and amplifiers

Fibre Bragg gratings; application to lasers and amplifiers
Fibre Bragg gratings; application to lasers and amplifiers
Fibre Bragg gratings are simple versatile devices which will have a major impact on the design of optical amplifiers and lasers. Applications include EDFA gain stabilising and spectrum flattening filters, pump reflection filters, as well as wavelength stable distributed feedback fibre laser and hybrid semiconductor fibre grating feedback laser sources for WDM networks. The latest developments in these areas will be reviewed
Laming, R.I.
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Loh, W.H.
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Laming, R.I.
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Loh, W.H.
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Laming, R.I. and Loh, W.H. (1996) Fibre Bragg gratings; application to lasers and amplifiers. Optical Amplifiers and Their Applications (OAA '96), United States.

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Abstract

Fibre Bragg gratings are simple versatile devices which will have a major impact on the design of optical amplifiers and lasers. Applications include EDFA gain stabilising and spectrum flattening filters, pump reflection filters, as well as wavelength stable distributed feedback fibre laser and hybrid semiconductor fibre grating feedback laser sources for WDM networks. The latest developments in these areas will be reviewed

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Published date: 1996
Venue - Dates: Optical Amplifiers and Their Applications (OAA '96), United States, 1996-01-01

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Local EPrints ID: 76860
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/76860
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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:36

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