Abstract

Using the NGP technique, we observe a gain enhancement in the NGP spectrum of an EDFA when a shorter saturating signal wavelength is used as compared to when a longer saturating wavelength is used. We attribute the gain enhancement to cross-pumping by the saturating signal.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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