45° slanted fibre Bragg grating design with prism coupled holographic exposure

45° slanted fibre Bragg grating design with prism coupled holographic exposure

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A holographic technique for forming 45° tilted fibre gratings using two 45°–90°, −45° fused silica prisms is described. The technique reduces fringe distortion due to the lens effects of the fibre during exposure. Details of the experimental system and grating performance are given.


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