Abstract

The fabrication of meter-long continuous internal fiber electrodes is achieved through deposition of a silver film inside a twin-hole fiber. Photolithography of the electrodes with 5-µm resolution inside the fiber is demonstrated by point-by-point side exposure to 0.53-µm radiation through the unharmed acrylate coating, causing laser ablation. A proof-of-principle experiment demonstrates the creation of a phase-matched structure for frequency doubling.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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