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Gain saturation and self‐focusing considerations in the design of optical amplifiers
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8.Strictly speaking we should use the transverse wave vector k instead of the concept of a square spot of area A which is a wavepacket with wavevectors near k where
9.Here we ignore terms in the WBK analysis. Also, the perturbation is assumed to occur just at the instance in proper time under examination; i.e., at a given output aperture, perturbations of the previous history of the pulse are ignored.
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