5 October 2012 Small signal gain measurement by amplified spontaneous emission content of an inverted medium: simplified treatment
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A method is introduced for small signal gain measurement in a low-saturation regime using an amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) footprint of a gain media. By this method, the ratio of intensities, with and without a reflector, is measured beside the bandwidth of the ASE, hence two equations are formed. An iterative solution of these equations will simultaneously determine both the small signal gain and the loss.
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Davood Razzaghi, Davood Razzaghi, Fereshteh Hajiesmaeilbaigi, Fereshteh Hajiesmaeilbaigi, Mohsen Ruzbehani, Mohsen Ruzbehani, Bahram N. Mortazavi, Bahram N. Mortazavi, } "Small signal gain measurement by amplified spontaneous emission content of an inverted medium: simplified treatment," Optical Engineering 51(10), 104201 (5 October 2012). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.51.10.104201 . Submission:
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