Fiber Optics

Jesper Riishede, Jesper Lægsgaard, Jes Broeng and Anders Bjarklev

In recent years, a new class of optical fiber that operates by the photonic bandgap (PBG) effect has created great excitement in the optical community. Here we suggest that PBG fibers with low-index contrast can be used to obtain fibers with zero dispersion and a large mode area below 800 nm.

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Fiber Optics

Jesper Riishede, Jesper Lægsgaard, Jes Broeng and Anders Bjarklev

In recent years, a new class of optical fiber that operates by the photonic bandgap (PBG) effect has created great excitement in the optical community. Here we suggest that PBG fibers with low-index contrast can be used to obtain fibers with zero dispersion and a large mode area below 800 nm.

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Publish Date: 01 December 2004


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