Improvements in and Relating to Fibre Optic Devices
Kakarantzas, G., Dimmick, T. E., Birks, T. and Russell, P., 2001. Improvements in and Relating to Fibre Optic Devices. G02B6/28-WO0114918 (A1), 01 March 2001.
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A method of manufacturing an optical fibre coupler, comprising the steps of providing a first optical fibre and a second optical fibre, at least one of the fibres being a single-mode fibre; reducing the local diameter of a region of each of the first and the second fibres to produce a tapered waist (80) in each fibre; placing the waists (80) of the first and second fibres in contact with each other; and fusing the waists (80) together to form a fused region (70).
|Creators||Kakarantzas, G., Dimmick, T. E., Birks, T. and Russell, P.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
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