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A tunable filter that can be integrated into an all-in-fibre Raman probe for remote in vivo measurements has been demonstrated. By exploiting the photonic bandgap effect in a filled solid-core photonic crystal fibre, researchers from Denmark have created a Rayleigh-rejection filter that can be tuned to operate at different wavelengths by simply heating the filling material.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 5 )