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Imaging of various optical fiber Bragg gratings using differential interference contrast microscopy: analysis and comparison

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Abstract

Differential interference contrast images of various optical fibers and optical fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs), written with the phase mask technique, are presented to provide information about the resultant refractive index variations present in each case. Use of different fiber types using two distinct phase masks producing four Type I FBGs and a Type In FBG allowed similarities and differences in these FBG images due to variations in the Talbot diffraction patterns produced to be studied.

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