1 December 2003 Study of wedge-adjusted Talbot interferometer for writing fiber gratings with variable inscribed Bragg wavelengths
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Abstract
A wedge-adjusted Talbot interferometer is presented to change the inscribed Bragg wavelength of fiber Bragg gratings. In this system, the grating is written by UV interference stripes of 193 nm derived from two combined mirrors, where a phase mask is used as a beamsplitter of ±1 order of diffraction light. It is noteworthy that the adjustor transforms the shift of wedge into the rotation of the two mirrors, and alters the mutual angle of two interfering beams in writing fiber Bragg gratings.
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Chuan Li, Chuan Li, Yimo Zhang, Yimo Zhang, Xue-Fei Tian, Xue-Fei Tian, Bingheng Xiong, Bingheng Xiong, } "Study of wedge-adjusted Talbot interferometer for writing fiber gratings with variable inscribed Bragg wavelengths," Optical Engineering 42(12), (1 December 2003). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1621004 . Submission:
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