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Gain modulation in erbium doped optical fibre by pulse pumping

Gain modulation in erbium doped optical fibre by pulse pumping
Gain modulation in erbium doped optical fibre by pulse pumping
An erbium doped fibre laser, which is optically pumped at a wavelength of 532nm from a frequency doubled Q-switched Nd-YAG laser, is described. Gain modulation due to the short (100ns) high rep rate (2kHz) pump pulses produces intense, short laser pulses at 1.538µm. The properties of this laser are examined theoretically and experimentally.
Farries, M.C.
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Farries, M.C.
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Farries, M.C. (1988) Gain modulation in erbium doped optical fibre by pulse pumping. IEE Colloquium on Non-Linear Optical Waveguides, United Kingdom. 02 Jun 1988.

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Abstract

An erbium doped fibre laser, which is optically pumped at a wavelength of 532nm from a frequency doubled Q-switched Nd-YAG laser, is described. Gain modulation due to the short (100ns) high rep rate (2kHz) pump pulses produces intense, short laser pulses at 1.538µm. The properties of this laser are examined theoretically and experimentally.

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Published date: 1988
Venue - Dates: IEE Colloquium on Non-Linear Optical Waveguides, United Kingdom, 1988-06-02 - 1988-06-02

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Local EPrints ID: 77586
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/77586
PURE UUID: 1c65f5f6-278a-48fb-9417-b47db48214f9

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:31

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