Abstract

We describe long-period grating inscription in hydrogenated telecom fibers by use of high-intensity femtosecond 352nm laser pulses. We show that this technique allows us to fabricate high-quality 30dB gratings of 300μm period and 2cm length by use of a three-photon absorption mechanism.

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