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On this page you find all our encyclopedia articles on keywords beginning with "E". Indented lines indicate articles on related topics. Further below, you find the acronyms.
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effective modal bandwidth → modal bandwidth
effective pulse duration → pulse duration
effective Rayleigh length → Rayleigh length
effective step-index profile → step-index fibers
effectively single-mode fibers → single-mode fibers
efficiency of a laser → wall-plug efficiency
electric-field poling → periodic poling
electric field reconstruction → pulse characterization
electrical-to-optical efficiency → wall-plug efficiency
electro-optic field mapping → electro-optic sampling
electron beam evaporation → dielectric mirrors
elliptical core → polarization-maintaining fibers
emission cross sections → transition cross sections
emission linewidth → linewidth
emission spectrum → optical spectrum
endlessly single-mode fibers → photonic crystal fibers
energy migration → energy transfer
energy of laser pulses → pulse energy
entangled states → photons
entropy balance of lasers → radiation-balanced lasers
erbium-doped fibers → rare-earth-doped fibers
evanescent wave → total internal reflection
excess noise → amplifier noise
extinction ratio → polarization of laser emission
Acronyms beginning with E
ECDL = external-cavity diode laser
EDFA = erbium-doped fiber amplifier
EDFL = erbium-doped fiber laser
EOM = electro-optic modulator
ESA = excited-state absorption
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