Abstract

This paper reviews the present status of methods for the experimental characterization of UV sensitivity of waveguide materials, of UV-written or UV-modified waveguides, of Bragg-gratings and long-period gratings and of grating devices. Methods for the measurement of UV-induced waveguide losses and of birefringence are also discussed.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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