Broadband Superfluorescent Source Based on Bismuth-Doped GeO2-SiO2 Fiber
AbstractThe first bismuth-doped superfluorescent fibersource operating at 1.44-μm was developed. Atpump power of 200 mW and pump wavelength of1310 nm, its output signal reaches 57 mW withspectrum width of 25 nm.
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Melkumov, M., Riumkin, K., Bufetov, I., Shubin, A., Firstov, S., Khopin, V., Gurianov, A., & Dianov, E. (2012). Broadband Superfluorescent Source Based on Bismuth-Doped GeO2-SiO2 Fiber. ALT Proceedings, 1. https://doi.org/10.12684/alt.1.75
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