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40 dB fibre optical preamplifier in 1064 nm laser Doppler anemometer

40 dB fibre optical preamplifier in 1064 nm laser Doppler anemometer

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With a neodymium-doped fibre amplifier a small signal gain of 40 dB at 1064 nm has been achieved. Using the same amplifier as an optical preamplifier in a conventional 1064 nm laser Doppler anemometer (LDA), an improvement in the SNR of the LDA radiation and sensitivity enhancement in comparison to that for direct detection with a highly sensitive avalanche photodiode was obtained.

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