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1 April 2020 Study of radiation-induced spectral changes of femtosecond laser written FBG in metal and polyimide coated fiber
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The influence of β-radiation exposure (the total dose up to 41.1 MGy and dose rate of 2.5 kGy/s) on the spectral characteristics of high and low reflective FBGs inscribed using femtosecond laser radiation in Ge-doped and pure-silica core fibers with polyimide and metal coating is presented. The largest Bragg wavelength induced shift (BWS) of +55 pm is observed in the case of weak reflective FBG (type I) inscribed in Ge-doped fiber. A comparable red shift in wavelength of + 50 pm is observed in the case of high reflective FBG (type II), which is explained by an increase in the concentration of GeE’-centers and, accordingly, an increase in the effective refractive index. Moreover, a significantly smaller BWS of -10 pm was obtained in the case of high reflective FBGs inscribed in pure-silica core fibers.
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A. V. Dostovalov, A. A. Wolf, V. A. Simonov, M. V. Korobeynikov, A. Bryazgin, P. F. Kashaykin, S. S. Yakushin, M. Mikhailenko, and S. A. Babin "Study of radiation-induced spectral changes of femtosecond laser written FBG in metal and polyimide coated fiber", Proc. SPIE 11354, Optical Sensing and Detection VI, 113542J (1 April 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2555818
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