1 October 1998 Study of radiation modes for 45-deg tilted fiber phase gratings
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We explore the use of a tilted fiber phase grating to diffract modulated rf optical signal out of the fiber. A mathematical model based on perturbation analysis is derived and used to describe the radiation mode behavior, including scattering direction and radiation power. Simulation results for a system based on a 2-cm-long, fiber phase grating tilted 45 deg are presented.
Max K. Lee, Max K. Lee, Gordon R. Little, Gordon R. Little, } "Study of radiation modes for 45-deg tilted fiber phase gratings," Optical Engineering 37(10), (1 October 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.601826 . Submission:
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