Abstract

High strength, first order Bragg Grating Waveguides are inscribed in the core and cladding of optical fibers using oil immersion femtosecond direct laser-writing. A laser-induced birefringence of 2.05×10−4 was inferred from polarization split Bragg resonances.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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