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High-Power Faraday Isolator with New Method of Compensation of Thermally Induced Depolarization

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Abstract

A new compensation scheme of thermodepolarization in Faraday isolators was predicted and experimentally verified. Scheme allows creating a new Faraday isolator for high power lasers and upgrades traditional ones, increasing their isolation ratio.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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