Abstract

We demonstrate a simple, effective technique for launching higher-order modes into a double-mode optical fiber by using an optical phase shifter at the input end. The suppression of the lowest-order mode was measured (but not limited) to be 27 dB.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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