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High-speed optical preamplifiers

High-speed optical preamplifiers

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We describe those factors which influence the design of highspeed optical preamplifiers, and examine the exchange between bandwidth and noise in a shunt-feedback first stage. For a given preamplifier bandwidth, it is shown that an operating point exists which minimises the amplifier noise level.

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