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Waveguide Devices produced by adaptive femtosecond laser writing

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Abstract

We report a novel method to create waveguide devices such as couplers in fused silica. A combination of adaptive beam shaping with femtosecond laser writing is used to simultaneously write two waveguides with changing separation.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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