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Contribution of the transverse asymmetry of the index change to the birefringence of fiber Bragg gratings: a numerical calculation
By: Fontaine, M.; LaRochelle, S.; Dossou, K.;
2001 / IEEE / 0-7803-6705-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Contribution of the transverse asymmetry of the index change to the birefringence of fiber Bragg gratings: a numerical calculation ' The birefringence resulting from the index change asymmetry is calculated, using a finite element method, as a function of the absorption coefficient and transverse profiles. Spectral responses are determined by a transfer matrix approach.
Finite Element Analysis
Finite Element Method
Optical Fiber Polarization
Optical Fiber Devices
Finite Element Methods
Polarization Mode Dispersion
Fiber Bragg Gratings