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Long-period fiber gratings as band-rejection filters

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Abstract

Optical fiber communication systems that use optical amplifiers are increasingly seeking high-performance devices that function as spectrally-selective band-rejection filters. For example, ASE filters that improve erbium amplifier performance and band-rejection filters in Raman lasers/amplifiers1 must have low insertion losses and low back-reflections. In addition, they must be relatively inexpensive to mass-produce and should be compact after packaging. While bulk-optic filters and short-period Bragg gratings2,3 can be used for some of the applications, all the aforementioned requirements are rarely met. In this paper, we present a novel class of photoinduced, long-period fiber gratings that function as highly-efficient band-rejection filters.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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