Gain characteristics of a 1.5 μm nonlinear split contact laser amplifier

Marshall, I. W.; O’Mahony, M. J.; Cooper, D. M.; Fiddyment, P. J.; Regnault, J. C.; Devlin, W. J.
October 1988
Applied Physics Letters;10/24/1988, Vol. 53 Issue 17, p1577
Academic Journal
The gain characteristics of a 1.5 μm split contact nonlinear laser amplifier are reported. With an input power of -51 dBm or greater, a nonlinear transfer function was observed with a maximum gain of 26 dB. The maximum pulse repetition frequency for nonlinear gain was 700 MHz.


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