Draw tower fiber Bragg gratings and their use in sensing technology

@inproceedings{Lindner2011DrawTF,
  title={Draw tower fiber Bragg gratings and their use in sensing technology},
  author={Eric Lindner and Julia M{\"o}rbitz and Christoph Chojetzki and Martin Becker and Sven Br{\"u}ckner and Kay Schuster and Manfred Rothhardt and Hartmut Bartelt},
  booktitle={Defense + Commercial Sensing},
  year={2011}
}
  • Eric Lindner, Julia Mörbitz, +5 authors Hartmut Bartelt
  • Published in Defense + Commercial Sensing 2011
  • Physics, Engineering
  • The idea of fabricating fiber Bragg gratings already during the drawing of a fiber dates back almost 20 years. The application of a transverse holographic writing method on a draw tower offers a promising solution for a highly effective Bragg grating production. Because of the high technology requirements it took more than 10 years to develop the method into a reliable process. During the last five years the improvements in the technical development enables cost effective industrial production… CONTINUE READING

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