Abstract

We present a novel method to manipulate mode coupling by using tilted gratings written in standard fiber that is rotated during the writing process. We show theoretically that such gratings exhibit significantly reduced transmission losses in the 15-nm wavelength range below the main core-to-core reflection peak. By combining with existing methods, cladding mode losses can be further reduced.

© 2000 IEEE

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