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Alternative Materials for 1.3 micron Fiber Optic Amplifiers

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Early work on 1.3 micron fiber amplifiers was focused on Nd3+, Pr3+ and Dy3+-doped halide glasses such as ZBLAN which typically provided quantum efficiencies of only a few percent.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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