Abstract

The origin of frequency doubling in Ge-doped silica-core single-mode glass fibers has been investigated with electron-spin-resonance spectrometry. Correlations have been observed between the conversion efficiency and the light-induced Ge E′ center concentration.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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