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14 October 2010 Temperature response of mechanically induced long-period gratings in photonic crystal fiber
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Proceedings Volume 7839, 2nd Workshop on Specialty Optical Fibers and Their Applications (WSOF-2); 783924 (2010) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.868982
Event: Workshop on Specialty Optical Fibers and Their Applications (WSOF-10), 2010, Oaxaca, Mexico
Abstract
We present the temperature response of a mechanically-induced long-period fiber grating (MLPFG) made in photonic crystal fiber (PCF) with and without the coating polymer. In both cases, we found a wavelength shift to shorter wavelengths and a critical decrease of the attenuation peaks. A maximum wavelength shift of 6 nm at 1060 nm was obtained when the temperature changed from 20 to 80 °C in PCF without the polymer. Whereas, the depth of the attenuation peaks were dramatically reduced from 12 to almost 2 dB at 1060 nm when the temperature increase from 20 to 100 °C in both experiments. These results are important to consider when MLPFG are applied in a medium with room temperature variation.
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L. García, I. Torres-Gómez, A. Martínez-Ríos, D. Monzón-Hernández, K. Salas-Alcántara, and F. Arteaga-Sierra "Temperature response of mechanically induced long-period gratings in photonic crystal fiber", Proc. SPIE 7839, 2nd Workshop on Specialty Optical Fibers and Their Applications (WSOF-2), 783924 (14 October 2010); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.868982
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