Nonlinear effects of carbon nanotube coated single mode optical fiber gratings

Alternative titleEfectos no lineales en redes de fibra óptica cubiertas con nanotubos de carbono
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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.7149/OPA.45.2.177
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TypeArticle
Journal titleÓptica Pura y Aplicada
ISSN21718814
00303917
Volume45
Issue2
Pages177182; # of pages: 6
SubjectFiber Bragg Grating, Non-Linear Materials, Fiber Devices
AbstractSingle-wall carbon nanotube deposition on the cladding of optical fibers has been carried out to fabricate an all-fiber nonlinear device. Two different nanotube deposition techniques were studied. The first consisted of repeatedly immersing the optical fiber into a nanotube supension, increasing the thickness of the coating in each step. The second deposition involved wrapping a thin film of nanotubes around the optical fiber. For both cases, interaction of transmitted light through the fiber core with the external coating was assisted by the cladding mode resonances of a tilted fiber Bragg grating. Ultrafast nonlinear effects of the nanotube-coated fiber were measured by means of a pump- probe pulses experiment.
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AffiliationNRC Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences; National Research Council Canada
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NPARC number21269107
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