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Measurements of wavelength dispersion based on Fourier-transformed OTDR: from laser cavities down to semiconductor waveguides

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1 Author(s)
Naganuma, K. ; NTT Opto-Electron. Labs., Kanagawa

Wavelength dispersion measurement method has been drawing much attention as an indispensable tool for the ultrafast optics research and development. Recently a new type of measurement, that is, measurements for a whole laser cavity, has been pursued, and by using a method called frequency domain dispersion (FDD), S.W. Knox first measured the dispersion in a live modelocked laser. For this purpose, on the other hand, we proposed the cavity Fourier-transformed crosscorrelation (FTC) method which is an extention of the interferometric method. Later, with an introduction of dual interferometer, i.e. a scheme to nullify the influence of sample length fluctuations, this cavity FTC method found very broad application areas from a solid-state femtosecond laser cavities down to semiconductor passive waveguides

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Lasers and Electro-Optics Society Annual Meeting, 1995. 8th Annual Meeting Conference Proceedings, Volume 1., IEEE  (Volume:2 )

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30 Oct-2 Nov 1995

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