Abstract

The coupling of two fibers terminating in graded-index-rod lenses is analyzed. In particular, power losses due to angular misalignment and to the combined effects of lateral misalignment and spacing are discussed, assuming a Gaussian radiation pattern of the fibers. Criteria for the design of graded-index-rod components are also given.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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