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Modeling of the nonlinear photosensitivity response of hydrogen-loaded germanium-doped optical fiber in the presence of hydrogen diffusion and depletion

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Abstract

We present a novel model demonstrating the critical role of hydrogen diffusion and depletion in the nonlinear photosensitivity response of hydrogen loaded optical fibers during grating inscription. It provides answers to several experimental observations.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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