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41. Spectral Tailoring of an Erbium Superfluorescent Fiber Source
Published: 10/1/1997
Authors: Shellee Dawn Dyer, Kent B Rochford

42. Spectral Tailoring of an Erbium Superfluorescent Fiber Source
Published: 5/28/1998
Authors: Shellee Dawn Dyer, Kent B Rochford

43. Standard Polarization Components: Progress Toward an Optical Retardance Standard
Published: 1/1/1994
Authors: Kent B Rochford, Paul A Williams, Allen Rose, I. G. Clarke, Paul D Hale, Gordon W. Day

44. Standards for Linear Retardance
Published: 10/1/1997
Authors: Kent B Rochford, Allen Rose

45. Striations in YIG Fibers Grown by the Laser-Heated Pedestal Method
Published: 10/1/2000
Authors: H. Lim, R. C. Demattei, R. S. Feigelson, Kent B Rochford
Abstract: Yttrium iron garnet (YIG) single-crystal fibers of nominal composition Y^d3^Fe^d5^O^d12^ were grown by the laser-heated pedestal growth technique, a miniaturized float-zone process. YIG fibers in diameters ranging from 100 to 740 5m were grown at va ...

46. Uncertainty in Null Polarimeter Measurements
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 5055
Published: 10/1/1996
Authors: Kent B Rochford, Chih-Ming Wang

47. Variation in Optical Disc Birefringence Measurements
Published: 7/1/1999
Authors: Kent B Rochford, S. T. Kreger, John W. West

48. Variation in Optical Disc Retardance Measurements
Published: 10/1/1999
Authors: Kent B Rochford, S. T. Kreger, John W. West
Abstract: An intercomparison of optical disc birefringence measurements using commercial instrumentation found in manufacturing settings showed significant measurement variation. We discuss possible sources of variantion in these measurements, including chang ...

49. Wideband current and magnetic field sensors based on iron garnets
Published: 1/1/1993
Authors: M. N. Deeter, Kent B Rochford, Allen Rose, Gordon W. Day
Abstract: Sensors based on the Faraday effect can be configured to measure either magnetic fields or electric currents. Such sensors can be constructed without introducing conducting materials which are often undesirable. Presently, the most sensitive Faraday ...

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