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Retrieval of the Impulse Response


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04-159


Abstract


An apparatus characterizes at least one fiber Bragg grating. The apparatus includes a laser pulse source, an optical spectrum analyzer, and multiple optical paths. A first optical path includes a pulse stretcher and an attenuator. A second optical path optically coupled to the first optical path includes a mirror. A third optical path optically coupled to the first optical path includes a first fiber Bragg grating. A fourth optical path is optically coupled to the second optical path, the third optical path, and the optical spectrum analyzer. A fifth optical path optically coupled to the laser pulse source and the optical spectrum analyzer includes a delay line.

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 4/4/2013
 

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