The aim of this project is to study the photoluminescence of diode pumped rare-earth-doped As2S3 and As24S38Se38 (ChG) glasses. Those devices might be very efficient for light amplification between 1300 and 1500 nm because of their low phonon energy. The thin films were deposited by thermal evaporation on SiO2/Si wafers and then doped by ion implantation. Doped bulk glasses have also been fabricated.

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