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Transient gain dynamics in 1050/1550 nm dual-wavelength pumped TDFAs upon pump modulation

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Abstract

Signal response for modulation of 1050nm and 1550nm pump power is studied in a dual-wavelength pumped TDFA. Response times characteristic for the upper/lower amplification levels and critical dependence on the subsidiary/main pump ratio are observed.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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