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18 June 2002 Temperature sensitivity of UV-induced Bragg gratings in silica-based waveguides on crystallized glass substrate
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Proceedings Volume 4640, Integrated Optics: Devices, Materials, and Technologies VI; (2002) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.436172
Event: Symposium on Integrated Optoelectronic Devices, 2002, San Jose, California, United States
Abstract
We have fabricated silica-based waveguide Bragg grating devices and have investigated temperature sensitivity of the Bragg wavelengths. Temperature sensitivity of Bragg wavelength is caused by temperature dependence of effective refractive index and thermal expansion. We examined boron-codoped germanosilicate glasses as waveguide materials in order to decrease a temperature sensitivity of refractive index. The boron-codoped germanosilicate films were fabricated by a plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition. We adopted Si, silica, and crystallized glass as substrates in order to control the thermal expansion of the waveguides. Bragg grating with 0.53 μm period was formed by irradiation with a KrF excimer laser light through a phase mask. The Bragg wavelength shift of 9.7pm/°C was obtained in the B-Ge-SiO2 core waveguide on a silica substrate, while the Bragg wavelength shift was 11pm/°C in the with Ge-SiO2 core waveguide on a Si substrate, which was a conventional-type waveguide Bragg grating device. The Bragg wavelength shift was reduced to 7.8pm/°C by using B-Ge-SiO2 core and a crystallized glass substrate with zero thermal expansion coefficient, which was 2/3 of the value of the conventional waveguide Bragg grating device.
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Kenji Kintaka and Junji Nishii "Temperature sensitivity of UV-induced Bragg gratings in silica-based waveguides on crystallized glass substrate", Proc. SPIE 4640, Integrated Optics: Devices, Materials, and Technologies VI, (18 June 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.436172
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