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Minimizing distortion and enlarging group delay in Brillouin slow light systems by gain profile optimization

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Abstract

Optimal gain spectra minimizing distortion and enhancing delaying efficiency in linear slow light systems are predicted and experimentally validated by shaping the gain spectral profile in a Brillouin fiber amplifier.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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