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Non-saturable absorption and its impact on amplifier performance in Al2O3:Er3+

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Abstract

Luminescence decay and non-saturable absorption experiments in erbium-doped aluminum oxide waveguides determine the energy-transfer-upconversion parameter and reveal the presence of quenched ions. We quantify the percentage of quenched ions and their impact on amplifier performance.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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