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We investigate and present a generalized methodology for the design of a fiber-bend-loss-based edge filter, starting with the task of evaluating and selecting suitable fibers and then considering the design of a fiber-bending-loss edge filter. As an example to illustrate the methodology, a Corning SMF28e fiber with a 900 μmdiameter is selected and two sample edge filters are designed for experimental verification. The designed edge filters are compact, easy to fabricate, meet target spectral specifications, and show low polarization-dependent loss, confirming the effectiveness of the proposed methodology for fiber-bend-loss-based edge filter design.
Wang, P., Farrell, G. & Semenova, Y. (2009) Generalised design process for fiber-bend-loss-based edge filters for a wavelength measurement system. Applied Optics, Vol. 48, no.16, 2009, pp.3055-3061. doi:10.1364/AO.48.003055