Modelling and analysis of semiconductor optical amplifiers for high-speed communication systems using finite-difference beam propagation method
Prof. Sven Nordholm
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) have attracted lots of interests because of their application potential in the field of optical communications. The output pulse of SOA can be changed due to the variation of input parameters such as input pulse shape, input pulse width, input pulse energy. For this reason, in this research pulse shape dependent propagation characteristics and gain saturation characteristics depending on different parameters have been analyzed and compared for faster communication systems.
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