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Opt Express. 2004 Nov 29;12(24):5996-6001.

Fabrication of fiber Bragg gratings with 267 nm femtosecond radiation.

Abstract

Strong high-quality fiber Bragg gratings with photoinduced refractive-index modulation of more than 10-(3) were written in a Corning SMF-28 fiber, a P(2)O5-doped-core fiber and a pure-silica-core fluorine-doped-cladding fiber by third-harmonic radiation (267 nm, 150 fs and 1.2-1.8x1011 W/cm(2)) of a femtosecond Ti:sapphire laser using a phase mask. We compare the 267-nm photosensitivity responses with the results of irradiation by 193-nm ArF and 157-nm F(2) excimer lasers. The dependence of the refractive-index change on the exposure dose and the annealing characteristics of the fabricated gratings are typical for Type-I UV-written fiber gratings.

PMID:
19488241

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