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Solution-doping technique for fabrication of rare-earth-doped optical fibres

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Abstract

A solution-doping technique is reported for the reproducible fabrication of low-loss optical fibres containing up to 4000 parts in 106 of rare-earth ions. The method produces excellent dopant uniformity and is sufficiently versatile to allow codoping with different ions.

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