Abstract

Three methods of controlling the polarization sensitivity of close-spaced fused-fiber wavelength-division multiplexers are analyzed. Resin-packaged, optimum-fusing, and twist-tuning techniques are compared. The twist-tuning technique is shown to be the favored method.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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