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One of their most recent publications is Improving the performance of chirped fiber grating with cladding being etched as sinusoidal function. Which was published in journal Optik.

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Guo-Dong Wang's Articles: (3)

Improving the performance of chirped fiber grating with cladding being etched as sinusoidal function

AbstractA new grating structure of cladding being etched as sinusoidal function along the grating length is introduced to improve their performance. When a tension is applied to it, the fiber grating not only exhibits a flattop spectrum with steep edges and high reflectivity, but also has a smoothly time delay curve. The bandwidth utilization defined as the ratio of −1:−30 could be achieved a larger value (>0.90). The −3 dB bandwidth and the bandwidth utilization could be tunable with the increment of tension applied to the grating and the linearly chirped modulus.

Metamorphic evolution and zircon U–Pb geochronology of the Mts. Huashan amphibolites: Insights into the Palaeoproterozoic amalgamation of the North China Craton

Highlights•Clockwise ITD P–T paths were retrieved from the Mts. Huashan amphibolites.•U–Pb geochronology of metamorphic zircons demonstrates the metamorphism occurred during ca. 1.96–1.80 Ga.•Metamorphism of the southernmost Trans-North China Orogen started earlier and lasted longer than other terranes in the TNCO.

Metamorphic P–T–t paths of pelitic granulites of the Taihua metamorphic complex in the Mts. Huashan area and tectonothermal implications for the Palaeoproterozoic Trans-North China Orogen

Highlights•Clockwise P–T–t paths were retrieved from the Mts. Huashan pelitic granulites.•SIMS U–Pb dating of metamorphic zircons reveal the metamorphic ages of 1.85–18.2 Ga.•The tectonothermal evolution of the TNCO started as early as ∼1.97 Ga and lasted as late as 1.80 Ga.•An eastward subduction model for the TNCO is suggested in this study.

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