1 September 2000 All-fiber connectorized compact fiber optic delay-line modules using three-dimensional polarization optics
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Optical Engineering, 39(9), (2000). doi:10.1117/1.1287449
Abstract
Compact and all-fiber connectorized photonic delay-line modules based on three-dimensional bulk polarization optics are proposed and experimentally demonstrated. The modules are built on a single optical microbench and demonstrate optical leakage noise performance of ?40 dB at switching speeds of 10 ?s. Insertion loss analysis is also performed. A special gradient-index lens fiber optic collimator design is proposed to further reduce the optical insertion loss of the delay-line module. A wavelength-dependent design is also proposed for expanding the applicability of the PDL module to multichannel operation.
Nicholas Madamopoulos, Nabeel A. Riza, "All-fiber connectorized compact fiber optic delay-line modules using three-dimensional polarization optics," Optical Engineering 39(9), (1 September 2000). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1287449
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Collimators

Phased array optics

Polarization

Fiber optics

Fiber Bragg gratings

Switches

Switching

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