1 January 1995 Effect of spool diameter on the temperature-dependent extinction ratios of polarization-maintaining fibers
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Optical Engineering, 34(1), (1995). doi:10.1117/12.188292
Abstract
The temperature dependence of polarization-maintaining fibers, wound onto two different diameter (4- and 1-in.) glass cylinders, is measured and compared. The fluctuation of the extinction coefficient for the smaller spool is much greater for the same set of conditions and is roughly proportional to the rate of the temperature change.
Paul B. Ruffin, Janet Baeder, Chi C. Sung, "Effect of spool diameter on the temperature-dependent extinction ratios of polarization-maintaining fibers," Optical Engineering 34(1), (1 January 1995). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.188292
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Temperature metrology

Optical fibers

Polarization maintaining fibers

Glasses

Phase modulation

Mass attenuation coefficient

Lead

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