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Undersea-Qualified 980 nm Pump Laser Diode Module Evaluated by Massive Life Test

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Abstract

980 nm pump laser diode modules with a failure rate of less than 30FIT for 27 years lifetime have been successfully developed. These are the first undersea- qualified 980nm pump sources and to be used in upcoming transoceanic submarine systems such as Pacific Crossing-1(PC-1), Japan-U.S. Cable System and TAT-14.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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