Filling Factor


Filling factor, is a quantity measuring the efficiency of absorption of pump in the core of a double-clad fiber.

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Double-clad Fiber - Fiber For Amplifiers and Fiber Lasers - Filling Factor
... adjusting parameter, which is sometimes called the "filling factor" ... The filling factor may depend on the initial distribution of the pump light, the shape of the cladding, and the position of the core within it ... The filling factor approaches unity especially quickly in the spiral-shaped cladding, due to the special boundary behavior of the modes of the Dirichlet ...
Filling Factor - Application
... The large (close to unity) filling factor is important in double-clad amplifiers it allows them to reduce the requirements for the brightness of the pump and to ... Use of the filling factor for the estimate of the efficiency of absorption of the pump in fiber lasers allows quick estimates without performing complicated numerical simulations ...
Fractional Quantum Hall Effect - Introduction
... of the magnetic field corresponds to a filling factor (the ratio of electrons to magnetic flux quanta) where p and q are integers with no common factors ... Here q turns out to be an odd number with the exception of two filling factors 5/2 and 7/2 ... statistical angle the wave function acquires phase factor of (together with an Aharonov-Bohm phase factor) when identical quasiparticles are exchanged in a counterclockwise sense ...

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