Abstract

Thermo-optic tunable short-wavelength-pass tapered-fiber filters based on fundamental-mode cutoff mechanism are realized experimentally and analyzed theoretically. The effects of material and waveguide dispersion are investigated and the optimal tapered fiber structures for attaining high-spectral cutoff slope and high-rejection efficiency are determined.

© 2009 IEEE

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