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High-Power Erbium Optical Amplifiers

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Abstract

Although the majority of recent interest in the erbium optical amplifier has focused on the optical amplifier as a relatively low power, high-gain, in-line repeater, there is increasing interest in very high-power (>+20 dBm) optical amplifiers in a portion of the optical network to provide alternative systems architectures. Uses for high-power optical amplifiers include postamplifiers for long-haul repeaterless links1 head-end amplifiers for specific CATV distribution architectures2, and power amplifiers for lxN lossless splitters.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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