Abstract

We present experimental results of complex grating structures fabricated with uniform phase masks by the moving fiber–scanning beam approach. Pure apodized gratings with side-mode-suppression levels in excess of 40 dB, self-apodized linearly chirped gratings, and phase shifted gratings with narrow-band transmission peaks have all been realized.

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