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arxiv: Physics::Optics
We present a novel tunable dispersion compensator that can provide pure slope compensation. The approach uses two specially designed complex fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs) with reversely varied third-order group delay curves to generate the dispersion slope. The slope can be changed by adjusting the relative wavelength positions of the two FBGs. Several design examples of such complex gratings are presented and discussed. Experimentally, we achieve a dispersion slope tuning range of +/-650ps/nm2 with >0.9nm usable bandwidth.
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    • 1554.0 1554.5 G r o
    • -700 pu d e l a y
    • -800 (p s )
    • 1000 G r o u
    • 900 dp e l a y
    • 800 (sp )
    • 1553.5 1554.0 1554.5 1553.0 1553.5 1554.0 Wavelength (nm) DS=0
    • +330ps/nm2 +640ps/nm2 -280ps/nm 2 -650ps/nm 2
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