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Hydrogen loading in tin-phosphosilicate fibres: a method to achieve enhanced thermal stability in fibre-Bragg-grating based devices

Hydrogen loading in tin-phosphosilicate fibres: a method to achieve enhanced thermal stability in fibre-Bragg-grating based devices
Hydrogen loading in tin-phosphosilicate fibres: a method to achieve enhanced thermal stability in fibre-Bragg-grating based devices
Enhanced photosensitivity has been observed in hydrogen-loaded tin-phosphosilicate fibres by using a 248nm excimer laser. Isothermal measurements up to 860 K demonstrated significant advantages over fibre gratings written in conventional H-loaded fibres. Gratings written in this fibre require a considerably shorter post-fabrication thermal annealing in order to satisfy the stability requirements of telecom components.
Brambilla, G.
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Brambilla, G.
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Brambilla, G. (2002) Hydrogen loading in tin-phosphosilicate fibres: a method to achieve enhanced thermal stability in fibre-Bragg-grating based devices. ICOCN 2002, Singapore. 11 - 14 Nov 2002.

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Abstract

Enhanced photosensitivity has been observed in hydrogen-loaded tin-phosphosilicate fibres by using a 248nm excimer laser. Isothermal measurements up to 860 K demonstrated significant advantages over fibre gratings written in conventional H-loaded fibres. Gratings written in this fibre require a considerably shorter post-fabrication thermal annealing in order to satisfy the stability requirements of telecom components.

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Published date: 2002
Additional Information: Proc. 122-4
Venue - Dates: ICOCN 2002, Singapore, 2002-11-11 - 2002-11-14

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Local EPrints ID: 17017
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/17017
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Date deposited: 05 Sep 2005
Last modified: 22 Jul 2020 16:32

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