1 August 2003 Simple tunable chirp of fiber Bragg gratings without center wavelength shift
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Optical Engineering, 42(8), (2003). doi:10.1117/1.1589525
Abstract
We propose a simple tunable chirping technique for uniform Bragg gratings. This technique consists of the application of a uniform Bragg grating to a lateral side of a beam at a particular angle with respect to the beam neutral axis. We demonstrate that it is possible to obtain a tuned linear or quadratic chirp without a center wavelength shift by means of two bending geometries, a beam with simply supported ends and a cantilever beam.
Riccardo Falciai, Cosimo Trono, "Simple tunable chirp of fiber Bragg gratings without center wavelength shift," Optical Engineering 42(8), (1 August 2003). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1589525
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