3 years ago

Slow-Light Effect and Mode Selection of Double Fiber Ring With a Fiber Bragg Grating

Ronghui Qu, Di Wang, Qing Ye, Zujie Fang, Haiwen Cai, Fei Yang, Fang Wei, Zhidan Ding, Kang Ying, Xiaoqiong Qin,
A novel slow-light reflector composed of a double-ring resonator with a uniform fiber Bragg grating (FBG) incorporated is proposed in this paper, which can be used as a mirror of narrow-linewidth fiber laser, based on its enlarged group delay, and as a high-sensitivity sensor. Its characteristics are investigated theoretically and experimentally in this paper. Compared with the single fiber ring the amplitude of resonance is modulated, the effective mode spacing is expanded greatly, due to the Vernier effect, giving much better mode selectivity. Mode hopping is believed to be suppressed effectively in applications of narrow-linewidth lasers, and resolution will be enhanced in sensor applications.
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