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Characterization of a Low-Cost Long-Period Fiber Grating Induced by a Polymeric Microstructure

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In this paper a low-cost long-period fiber grating induced by a polymeric microstructure is reported. Fabrication and characterization of the device and experimental results of the spectrum variations due to external pressures are presented.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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