Abstract

An all-fiber 2 × 2 acousto-optic routing switch is described that has an insertion loss of 0.11 dB, a drive power of 1.5 mW, and a switching time of 80 μs. The switch has a very simple construction and so has the potential to be low in cost.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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