Fabrication of long period fiber gratings of subnanometric bandwidth
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Poveda-Wong, L.; Cruz, J. L.; Delgado-Pinar, Martina; Roselló-Mechó, X.; Díez, A.; Andrés, M. V.
This document is a artículo trabajo no publicadoDate2017

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This paper reports on the fabrication of long period fiber gratings having subnanometric bandwidth in the 1500 nm spectral region. Large gratings have been photo-inscribed in a high NA fiber, the grating pitch and the order of the HE cladding mode are optimized to produce gratings with a large number of periods and preventing the coupling to TE, TM or EH modes. Resonances with a FWHM of 0.83 nm and 0.68 nm have been achieved for gratings 15 and 20 cm long respectively, the free spectral range between transmission notches is 125 nm. The polarization effects and the sensitivity of the gratings to temperature and to strain variations are presented as well. © 2015 Optical Society of America

    L. Poveda-Wong, J.L. Cruz, M. Delgado-Pinar, X. Roselló-Mechó, A. Díez and M.V. Andrés, "Fabrication of long period fiber gratings of subnanometric bandwidth", Optics Letters, Vol. 42, pp. 1265-1268, 2017

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