New inline wideband dynamic semiconductor laser amplifier model

@inproceedings{Lowery2004NewIW,
  title={New inline wideband dynamic semiconductor laser amplifier model},
  author={Arthur J. Lowery},
  year={2004}
}
The formulation of a new scattering matrix, and the use of a gain compensation term allows the transmission-line laser model, previously described, to simulate both travellingwave and Fabry-Perot laser amplifiers. The new model’s results are in excellent agreement with those of other workers for both static operation of travelling-wave amplifiers and dynamic switching of Fabry-Perot amplifiers. To show the wideband nature of the model, a single-repeater 2 Gbit/s fibre communication system is… CONTINUE READING
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