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Microwave photonic filtering using Gaussian-profiled superstructured fibre Bragg grating and dispersive fibre

Microwave photonic filtering using Gaussian-profiled superstructured fibre Bragg grating and dispersive fibre

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Microwave photonic filtering is realised using a superstructured fibre Bragg grating. The time delay of the optical taps is precisely controlled by the grating characteristics and fibre dispersion. A bandpass response with a rejection level of >45 dB is achieved.

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