1 July 1995 Measuring integrated optical circuits using a low-coherence light source
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Optical Engineering, 34(7), (1995). doi:10.1117/12.204797
Abstract
We report new measurements on LiNbO3 integrated optical circuits using two setups based on the use of a low-coherence light source. Fundamental limits of an all-fiber optical low-coherence reflectometry setup are outlined, and a complete analysis of the measured optical parameters of the circuits and their effects is presented. We also report measurements related to a polarization-axis misalignment of pigtailed LiNbO3 components.
Alain Kueng, Philippe A. Robert, "Measuring integrated optical circuits using a low-coherence light source," Optical Engineering 34(7), (1 July 1995). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.204797
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