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Long-term stable device for tuning fiber Bragg gratings

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Abstract

It is demonstrated that with a proper choice of embedding material, the composite beam bending method constitutes an effective and reliable approach for tuning fiber Bragg gratings. A long-term stable device is presented with a dynamic range of 80nm, which exhibits insertion losses smaller than 0.28dB and small variations of the full width at half-maximum.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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