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Pr3+-doped fluoride fiber amplifier operating at 1.31 μm

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Abstract

We propose what is to our knowledge the first use of a Pr3+-doped fluoride fiber amplifier as a practical amplifier operating at the 1.3-μm band, based on a demonstration of signal amplification and a spectroscopic investigation. The feasibility of the fluoride fiber amplifier is confirmed.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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