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Light trapping in a fiber grating defect by four-wave mixing

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Abstract

We propose the use of nonlinear four-wave mixing as a means of trapping light in a defect state in a nonuniform fiber grating. The amount of energy deposited is estimated by use of an approach similar to Fermi’s “golden rule” and is approximately 30 fJ for realistic grating parameters and a pulsed pump of 100-ps width.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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