Moire volume Bragg grating filter with tunable bandwidth
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PHOTOSENSITIVE FIBER; EXPOSURE METHOD; Optics
We propose a monolithic large-aperture narrowband optical filter based on a moire volume Bragg grating formed by two sequentially recorded gratings with slightly different resonant wavelengths. Such recording creates a spatial modulation of refractive index with a slowly varying sinusoidal envelope. By cutting a specimen at a small angle, to a thickness of one-period of this envelope, the longitudinal envelope profile will shift from a sine profile to a cosine profile across the face of the device. The transmission peak of the filter has a tunable bandwidth while remaining at a fixed resonant wavelength by a transversal shift of incidence position. Analytical expressions for the tunable bandwidth of such a filter are calculated and experimental data from a filter operating at 1064 nm with bandwidth range 30-90 pm is demonstrated. (C) 2014 Optical Society of America
"Moire volume Bragg grating filter with tunable bandwidth" (2014). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 5848.