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Full modal analysis of the Brillouin gain spectrum of an optical fiber

Full modal analysis of the Brillouin gain spectrum of an optical fiber
Full modal analysis of the Brillouin gain spectrum of an optical fiber
We present a numerical study of stimulated Brillouin scattering in optical fibers based on a full modal analysis of the acoustic and optical properties. The computation of each acoustic mode supported by the fiber structure allows us a deep and detailed investigation of the characteristics of the Brillouin gain spectrum. We focus our attention on optical fibers acting as acoustic antiwaveguides where the biggest contribution to the Brillouin response often comes from very high-order modes but it is sometimes overlooked because of computational issues. Our analysis clearly highlights their role and their dependence on the physical and geometrical structure of the fiber.
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Tartara, Luca
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Codemard, Christophe
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Maran, Jean-Noel
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Cherif, Rim
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Zghal, Mourad
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Tartara, Luca
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Codemard, Christophe
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Maran, Jean-Noel
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Cherif, Rim
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Zghal, Mourad
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Tartara, Luca, Codemard, Christophe, Maran, Jean-Noel, Cherif, Rim and Zghal, Mourad (2008) Full modal analysis of the Brillouin gain spectrum of an optical fiber. 2nd ICTON: Mediterranean Winter, 2008, Marrakesh, Morocco. 11 - 13 Dec 2008. pp. 1-5 . (doi:10.1109/ICTONMW.2008.4773088).

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We present a numerical study of stimulated Brillouin scattering in optical fibers based on a full modal analysis of the acoustic and optical properties. The computation of each acoustic mode supported by the fiber structure allows us a deep and detailed investigation of the characteristics of the Brillouin gain spectrum. We focus our attention on optical fibers acting as acoustic antiwaveguides where the biggest contribution to the Brillouin response often comes from very high-order modes but it is sometimes overlooked because of computational issues. Our analysis clearly highlights their role and their dependence on the physical and geometrical structure of the fiber.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 2008
Venue - Dates: 2nd ICTON: Mediterranean Winter, 2008, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2008-12-11 - 2008-12-13

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Local EPrints ID: 65816
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/65816
ISBN: 9781424434848
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Date deposited: 31 Mar 2009
Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 14:24

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Author: Luca Tartara
Author: Jean-Noel Maran
Author: Rim Cherif
Author: Mourad Zghal

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