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12 November 1996 Wavelength stabilization of an erbium-doped fiber source with a fiber Bragg grating for high-accuracy FOG
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We present a method of stabilization of the mean wavelength of a superluminescent erbium-doped-fiber source which is obtained with a fiber Bragg grating acting as a broad spectral filter. This allows one to get 10 ppm stability over temperature. Excess intensity noise is reduced with a biasing phase modulation of the FOG about +/- (pi) radian instead of the usual +/- (pi) /2 radian.
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Thierry P. Gaiffe, Pascal Simonpietri, J. Morisse, Nathalie Cerre, Edouard M. Taufflieb, and Herve C. Lefevre "Wavelength stabilization of an erbium-doped fiber source with a fiber Bragg grating for high-accuracy FOG", Proc. SPIE 2837, Fiber Optic Gyros: 20th Anniversary Conference, (12 November 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.258200
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