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Complex growth behaviour of hybrid-type fibre Bragg gratings

Complex growth behaviour of hybrid-type fibre Bragg gratings

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A novel concept of hybrid-type fibre Bragg gratings is proposed. The complex growth behaviour of such a grating has been observed experimentally. A new dynamic model has been proposed and developed to simulate the complex and dynamic growth of hybrid-type gratings. The modelling results showed excellent agreement with the experimentally observed spectral evolution of the hybrid-type grating.


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