Influence of the Manufacturing Process on the Radiation Sensitivity of Fluorine-Doped Silica-Based Optical Fibers

Abstract : In this work, we analyze the origins of the different radiation sensitivities observed in fluorine-doped optical fibers made with different fabrication processes. Several experimental techniques have been used, coupling in situ radiation-induced absorption measurements with post mortem confocal microscopy luminescence measurements. The results showed that the manufacturing process of these fibers, considered as radiation-tolerant, can strongly affect the fiber response. More detailed analysis of the radiation-induced mechanisms responsible for these changes will be presented in the final paper.
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A. Alessi, Sébastien Girard, C. Marcandella, L. Vacarro, M. Cannas, et al.. Influence of the Manufacturing Process on the Radiation Sensitivity of Fluorine-Doped Silica-Based Optical Fibers. RADECS 2011, Radiation Effects on Components and Systems, Sep 2011, Seville, Spain. ⟨ujm-00634485⟩

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