Passive, wavelength self-adjusting and tracking optical filter

Zervas, Mikhail N. and Laming, Richard I. (1994) Passive, wavelength self-adjusting and tracking optical filter In, Optical Amplifiers and Their Applications. Washington, US, Optical Society of America ThB2. (OSA Technical Digest Series, 14).


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A passive, self-adjusted filter is presented which consists of an unpumped, twin-core erbium-doped fibre. The filter characteristics depend on the fibre and optical parameters. For a fibre NA of 0.3, the optimum filter performance is achieved for average optical powers of about 0dBm (+ or - 3dB). The device can also operate as a soliton sliding filter providing a filter centre-wavelength offset of ~0.1nm from the incoming centre wavelength.

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Additional Information: OAA '94 Conference on Optical Amplifiers and their Applications Breckenridge Colorado, 3-5 August 1994
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