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Luminescence properties of ytterbium and erbium doped silica-zirconia nanostructured optical fiber under near infrared excitation

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Gurvan Brasse
Christine Restoin
Y. Ouerdane
Philippe Roy
Jean-Marc Blondy
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Abstract

We present the luminescence properties of erbium and ytterbium doped silica-zirconia nanostructured optical fibers, which have been elaborated using the chemical sol-gel method. After having described the elaboration process, their waveguiding properties, as well as their luminescence properties under a continuous pumping in the near infrared domain (NIR) are reported; the effects of the zirconia nanocrystals that are dispersed in the core of the fibers, on their optical properties are finally discussed. Keywords: Optical fiber, nanocrystals, luminescence, silica-zirconia, sol gel, erbium, ytterbium
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ujm-00604668 , version 1 (29-06-2011)

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Gurvan Brasse, Christine Restoin, Y. Ouerdane, Philippe Roy, Jean-Marc Blondy. Luminescence properties of ytterbium and erbium doped silica-zirconia nanostructured optical fiber under near infrared excitation. Journal of Luminescence, 2011, 131, pp.2427-2431. ⟨10.1016/j.jlumin.2011.04.037⟩. ⟨ujm-00604668⟩
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