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Phase Sensitive Amplifier Based on Ultrashort Pump Pulses

@article{Gershikov2016PhaseSA,
  title={Phase Sensitive Amplifier Based on Ultrashort Pump Pulses},
  author={Alexander Gershikov and Gadi Eisenstein},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2016}
}
We demonstrate a narrow band phase sensitive amplifier in the pump degenerate configuration which employs ps pump pulses. Control of the amplifier bandwidth is achieved via changes of the pump spectral width. A phase sensitive gain between -6 and 6 decibels, with an overall system gain of 28dB was demonstrated. 

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