1 November 2009 Microlens optical fiber Fabry-Pérot tunable filter
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An optical fiber Fabry-Pérot tunable filter is constructed by fixing two microlensed mirror-coated fibers to the opposite ends of a piezoelectric transducer. A tunable filter with a free spectral range of 70 nm, a finesse of 175, an insertion loss of 1.05 dB, and a tuning frequency exceeding 1 kHz has been experimentally demonstrated. The filter is easy to construct at a low cost, and it is anticipated that it will be used in fiber-optic sensing systems, spectrometers, and tunable optical fiber lasers.
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Caijie Tang, Caijie Tang, Yi Jiang, Yi Jiang, } "Microlens optical fiber Fabry-Pérot tunable filter," Optical Engineering 48(11), 114401 (1 November 2009). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3257276 . Submission:
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