PROJECT TITLE :
SBS Mitigation in a Microstructured Optical Fiber by Periodically Varying the Core Diameter
In this letter, we experimentally demonstrate a 4-dB increase of the stimulated Brillouin scattering threshold in a microstructured optical fiber. This result is obtained by periodically varying the size of the air-hole structure by only 7% amplitude, while keeping a low attenuation coefficient. The efficiency of this passive technique is verified by use of the Brillouin echoes-distributed sensing technique where the Brillouin frequency-shift oscillation is clearly observed.
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