Abstract

We present results of the experimental investigations of two types of electrically controlled optical wavelength holographic filters based on photorefractive crystals. The filters exhibit a narrow bandwidth (100…10 pm) and allow fast tuning (2.2 nm/µs) or switching in a broad range of wavelength and precise frequency trimming.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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