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Selecting the Optimal Er/Yb Doped Optical Fiber: Design Considerations and System Performances

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Author: Clemence Jollivet & Kanishka Tankala
Monday, November 09, 2015
Er/Yb fibers are well suited to achieve high performances in the 1.55 µm wavelength range, allowing to reach a few Watts to Watt-level of output power. However, we demonstrated that these performances are directly tailored by the core composition and the structural design of the fiber. The key to success is to clearly identify the target output performances and to choose the most appropriate fiber design.
File: EYDF_TutorialNotefinal.pdf (1.03 MB)
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