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Excimer laser writing of submicrometre period fibre Bragg gratings using phase-shifting mask projection

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Submicrometre period, first-order Bragg gratings have been written in optical fibre, for the first time to the authors knowledge, by projecting a phase-shifting mask. Gratings with a peak reflectivity of 85% at a Bragg wavelength of 1530 nm were recorded using single pulses from a broadband KrF excimer laser

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

25 May 1995

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