Non-Destructive Three-Dimensional Optical Imaging of a Fiber Bragg Grating
Xiao Ming Goh, Shan Shan Kou, Betty P Kouskousis, Nicoleta M Dragomir, Stephen F Collins, Greg W Baxter, Ann Roberts
IEEE PHOTONICS JOURNAL | IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC | Published : 2014
Here, we demonstrate a non-destructive quantitative phase imaging method, in conjunction with tomographic reconstruction techniques, to reconstruct the three-dimensional refractive index distribution of a fiber Bragg grating. In addition to being able to extract the fundamental period of the grating, we are able to reconstruct the refractive index profile of the fiber core and index variations associated with the grating.
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Awarded by Australian Research Council under the Discovery Projects Scheme
Awarded by Australian Research Council under through ARC DECRA Fellowship
This work was supported in part by the Australian Research Council under the Discovery Projects Scheme DP0878346. The work of S. S. Koh was supported by the Australian Research Council under through ARC DECRA Fellowship under Project DE 120102352. Media 1 gives the 3-D rendered video of the reconstructed core of the FBG. Note that in the video, the core and cladding of the FBG have been made transparent so as to show only the reconstructed grating structures.