Abstract

High efficiency in-fiber bandpass filters with arbitrary passband/stop-band combinations have been produced successfully with an UV postfabrication exposure technique in broadly chirped fiber gratings. By further concatenating such a bandpass filter with two additional chirped gratings we achieved a finesse as high as 220 for a 36-nm stop band. This new approach exhibits great advantages in controlling precisely the profiles of bandpass filters in terms of stop-band width, transmission wavelength and linewidth, and spacing of passbands.

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