Abstract

We describe a new experimental method of determining low birefringence in fibers, based on adjusting the fiber twist in a fiber-optic loop mirror. The method allows simple birefringence measurement in fibers with beat length within the range 0.05–100  m.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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