Abstract

Apodized fiber Bragg gratings with ≥30-dB sidelobe suppression ±1 nm from the Bragg center wavelength are spatially characterized with side-scatter and side-diffraction techniques. Resonant side scatter is suppressed, indicating that little dispersion arises from reflections off the grating boundaries.

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