Doped Fiber Devices

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Brillouin fiber lasers: dynamics and stability 2
Tuning range and efficiency of a Brillouin/erbium fiber laser 13
Pulsed erbium-doped fiber source using double-pass amplifier and a pulsed laser diode 22
Design of high-power broadband ASE sources for spectrum-sliced WDM systems 28
Highly efficient polarized Er-doped superflourescent fiber source 35
Up-conversion fiber lasers operating in the visible and ultraviolet 42
Add/drop wavelength multiplexer using fiber gratings and side-polished coupler 52
Comb filters based on polarization rotation in photosensitive optical fibers 61
Inscription kinetics and thermal stability of Bragg gratings written within heated fibers 70
Mechanical degradation of optical fibers induced by UV light 84
Mechanisms of refractive index change under UV irradiation in some doped SiO[subscript 2] core optical fibers 96
Kramers-Kronig analysis of the absorption change in fiber gratings 109
Characterization of the light scattered from type IIA phase gratings 121
Spectroscopic characteristics and modelling of the Pr[superscript 3+] doped fluoride amplifier 134
Optical amplification on the [actual symbol not reproducible] transition in praseodymium-doped fluorozirconate fiber 145
Subpicosecond-femtosecond optical soliton transmission characteristics in an ultralong active fiber 154
Neodymium-doped fluoride waveguides development using anionic exchange 162
Resonantly enhanced nonlinearities in rare-earth-doped fibers and waveguides 172
Contribution of UV transitions to the strong third-order nonlinearity of doped fibers 183
Large off-resonance nonlinear index changes at 1310 nm and 1545 nm observed in ytterbium-doped fiber 189
Temporal response of the second-order nonlinearity in poled bulk-fused silica under field reversal 202
DC Kerr measurement in a silica channel waveguide 209
Electro-optic effect and second-order optical nonlinearity in poled silica fibers 219
Properties of a fluoride fiber laser operating at 3.9 [mu]m 230
Up-conversion processes in Yb-sensitized Tm:ZBLAN 237
Rare-earth-doped optical fibers for point temperature sensing 249
Thermal annealing of UV-induced compaction in germanosilicate preform plates 258
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