Rare Earth Doped Fiber

An optical Fiber in which ions of a rare-earth element, such as neodymium, Erbium or holmium, have been incorporated into the Glass Core matrix, yielding high Absorption with low Loss in the visible and near-infrared spectral regions.




Related Terms
All Silica Fiber,   Bifurcated Fiber,   Buffered Fiber,   Chromium Doped Gain Media,   Connector Induced Fiber Loss,   Copper vs Fiber,   Dark Fiber,   Deeply Depressed Cladding Fiber,   Dispersion Flattened Single Mode Fiber,   Dispersion Shifted Fiber,  

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