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Self-referenced Q-switched pump-probe transmission experiment for the determination of the degree of clustering in Er-doped planar waveguides

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Abstract

Er3+-doped planar waveguides is a promising technology for integration of active and passive functional components (such as e.g. loss-compensated splitters and amplifiers integrated with multiplexers) on a single chip [1].

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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