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Spectral variation of excited state absorption in neodymium doped fibre lasers

Spectral variation of excited state absorption in neodymium doped fibre lasers
Spectral variation of excited state absorption in neodymium doped fibre lasers
The spectral variation of gain and excited state absorption have been measured for neodymium doped silica fibres co-doped with germania and alumina. The results show that an observed excited state absorption peak at 1300 nm is considerably reduced in the alumina co-doped fiber.
0030-4018
349-352
Morkel, P.R.
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Farries, M.C.
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Poole, S.B.
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Morkel, P.R.
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Farries, M.C.
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Poole, S.B.
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Morkel, P.R., Farries, M.C. and Poole, S.B. (1988) Spectral variation of excited state absorption in neodymium doped fibre lasers. Optics Communications, 67 (5), 349-352. (doi:10.1016/0030-4018(88)90025-9).

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Abstract

The spectral variation of gain and excited state absorption have been measured for neodymium doped silica fibres co-doped with germania and alumina. The results show that an observed excited state absorption peak at 1300 nm is considerably reduced in the alumina co-doped fiber.

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Published date: 1988

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Local EPrints ID: 78483
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78483
ISSN: 0030-4018
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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:24

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