Abstract

A spectral-hole created by locally pressing a fibre Bragg grating (FBG)s exhibited a wavelength-shift within the FBG bandwidth. A sensitivity of 74.3 pm/(N/mm) was obtained for pressure applied along the slow axis of a high birefringence fibre.

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