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By Oleksiy Shulika, Igor Sukhoivanov

ISBN-10: 9401794804

ISBN-13: 9789401794800

The e-book offers a mix of utilized and basic examine reflecting a number of issues in laser physics and applications
It offers either the review-type contributions and good researched and documented case reports, and is meant for graduate scholars, younger scientist, and emeritus scientist working/studying in laser physics, optoelectronics, optics, photonics, and adjoining areas

The booklet includes either experimental and theoretical experiences, in addition to their mixtures of those two
Contains over one hundred thirty illustrations

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70-nm tunable single-longitudinal mode erbium-doped fiber laser. Proc. SPIE. 4833, 956 (2003) 2. : Stable triple-wavelength fiber ring laser with ultranarrow wavelength spacing using a triple-transmission-band fiber Bragg grating filter. IEEE Photon. Technol. Lett. 18(20), 2162–2164 (2006) 3. : Wavelength tuning of fiber Bragg gratgin over 90 nm using a simple tuning package. IEEE Photon. Technol. Lett. 15(4), 557–559 (2003) 4. : Fiber Bragg grating compression-tuned over 110 nm. Electron. Lett.

In this setup the ferrule is filled with an index matching liquid whose RI is higher than that of the ferrule material but lower than that of the No-Core MMF. In this way, a liquid MMF (LMMF) is created inside the ferrule while the liquid RI is low enough and does not alter the waveguide properties of the No-Core MMF. Therefore, any gap between the SMF and MMF is now a LMMF, and this effectively increases the length of the MMF. By changing the separation between the SMF and MMF, we control the effective MMF length and thus wavelength tuning should be achieved.

The laser beam is coupled to the MMI device and its wavelength is scanned while maintaining a constant intensity, and the transmitted power is measured using a photo-detector. As shown in Fig. 2a, the response exhibits a band-pass filter response whose peak wavelength is exactly the design wavelength as dictated by Eq. 4). The band-pass behavior of the MMI device can be explained as follows. As shown in the inset of Fig. 2a, the peak wavelength exhibits maximum transmission because the MMI was designed to operate at such wavelength, and the self-image is formed right at the output MMF-SMF interface (circle).

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