Simple prism-based scheme for fabricating Bragg gratings in optical fibers
Brown, David A.
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A modified prism-based method for fabricating Bragg gratings in optical fibers is introduced. We have made an optical fiber Bragg grating at 799.67 nm by using a 45' right-angle prism and a frequency-doubled argon-ion laser at 244 nm. The advantage of this method is ease of alignment.
Optical Letter, Volume 19, No. 23, pp. 2030-2032 (December 1, 1994)
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