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Title: Role of an isolator in optimization of forward conversion efficiency in an er-doped SFS source at 1.55 um
Authors: Kaur, Jagneet
Roy, Suparna Sinha
Thyagarajan, K
Pal, B P
Keywords: fiber lasers and amplifiers
optical fiber components
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Optical Fiber Technology, 5(4), 390-402
Abstract: By incorporating an isolator at an appropriate location, it is shown that it is possible to realize an efficient single-pass superfluorescent-doped fiber source with a major fraction of its emitted power in the forward direction. A theoretical model to estimate the performance of such a superfluorescent source SFS has been suggested and verified with experiments performed on an erbium-doped fiber in a novel pump bypass SFS configuration. Results on design issues such as optimum location of the isolator, pump power requirements,and spectral characteristics are also presented.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/720
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