Sisir Garai

M.U.C. Women's College Burdwan, India

Sisir Kumar Garai was born in 1971 in West Bengal, India. He received the MSc degree in Physics in 1994 and the MTech degree in Microwaves in 1998, and was awarded with the PhD degree in Science (Physics) on 6th February, 2012 from the University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India. His field of research includes optoelectronics, optical computation and communication, etc., and he has contributed with more than 50 papers in different international journals in his area of research. He has received the best paper presentation award at the 16th West Bengal State Science and Technology Congress (2009). His name is included in Marquis Who’s Who (2010 and 2011), and in the International Biography Centre (IBC, Cambridge) (2011). Currently, he is an Associate Professor at the Department of Physics of the M.U.C. Women’s College, Burdwan, West Bengal, India.

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With the explosion of information traffic, the role of optical amplifiers becomes very significant in fulfilling the demand of faster optical signals and data processing in the field of communication. This book covers different advanced functionalities of optical amplifiers as well as their emerging applications in optical communication networks. The first chapter deals with an efficient and validated time-domain numerical modelling of semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) and SOA-based circuits, while the second chapter is based on the working of gallium nitride-based semiconductor optical amplifiers. The role of SOAs for the next generation of high-data-rate optical packet-switched network is presented in Chapter 3. Chapter 4 covers the all-optical semiconductor optical amplifier based on quantum dots (QD-SOA) and its function as an arithmetic processor. In Chapter 5, the authors have presented the role of SOAs in intensity modulation of the optical pulses and their use in deterministic timing jitter and peak pulse power equalization analysis. In Chapter 6, the investigation of broadband S-band to L-band erbium-doped fibre amplifier (EDFA) module is presented, and Chapter 7 includes the optimized design technique of Yb3+/Er3+-codoped phosphate microring resonator amplifiers. All selected chapters are very interesting and well organized, and I hope they will be of great value to postgraduate students, researchers, academics and anyone seeking to understand the advanced functionalities of optical amplifiers in the present scenario.

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