Abstract

Experimental and theoretical investigation of a nonlinear response of a two-mode fiber interferometer to axial strain is described. It is discovered that the nonlinearity dramatically increases as the wavelength approaches the cutoff wavelength of the second-order mode (LP11).

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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