Small Signal Gain

Optical gain for small signal intensities where no amplifier Saturation occurs.

The small-signal gain of a gain medium is the gain obtained for an input signal which is SO weak that it does not cause any gain saturation. In continuous-wave operation this means that everywhere in the gain medium the signal Intensity is well below the saturation intensity

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