Abstract

Slanted Bragg gratings (SBG) have been written in standard telecommunication fibres. Four different methods were studied in order to suppress the peaks induced by discrete cladding mode coupling in SBGs without the use of specific surrounding mediums.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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