Abstract

Under 0.1dB of cladding-mode coupling loss was achieved by precisely controlled photosensitive profile in optical fibers experimentally. The fluctuation of GeO2 profile in photosensitive region was expected 5 to 10 %.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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