Abstract

A hybrid waveguide Bragg grating in optical fiber was fabricated and characterized, showing thermal responsivity of 211pm/°C. Proposed being used in fiber sensor, it demonstrates enhanced resolution by 20× and 2× for temperature and strain, respectively.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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