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Bend-effects on Brillouin gain in large mode area fiber amplifiers with acoustic antiguide

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Abstract

Model calculations show that a bend radius of 10 cm degrades the Brillouin threshold by 8 dB for a large mode area fiber with an antiguiding acoustic waveguide designed to minimize the straight-fiber Brillouin gain.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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