- Conference date: 20–22 August 2008
- Location: São Pedro—SP (Brazil)
We infiltrate liquid crystals doped with nanoparticles in a photonic crystal fiber and compare the measured transmission spectrum to the one achieved with undoped liquid crystals. New interesting features such as frequency dependent behavior and a transmission spectrum with tunable attenuation on the short wavelength side of the bandgap suggest a potential application of this device as a tunable all‐in‐fiber gain equalization filter. The tunability of the device is demonstrated by changing the temperature of the liquid crystal and by varying both the amplitude and the frequency of the applied external electric field.
- Liquid crystals
- Optical fiber testing
- Photonic bandgap fibers
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