An erbium doped fiber amplifier is presented which exhibits the lowest intrinsic gain ripple yet at a 32nm bandwidth. By hybridizing a novel multicomponent silicate fiber with standard aluminosilicate fiber we reduce the gain ripple from 21% to 10% at 32nm.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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