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Application of UV laser induced Ge-oxygen defect fluorescence for fibre characterisation

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1 Author(s)
Logunov, S.L. ; Corning Inc., Corning

A new technique to monitor germanium oxygen deficiency centre defects (GeODC) and their relation to the refractive index profile in Ge-Si optical fibre have been developed. This method is based on UV excited luminescence of GeODC in silica based optical fibres. The GeODC defect profiles are unique to the fibre refractive index (profile of GeO2) and method of fibre making.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 25 )