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12 October 2005 Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction
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We proposed and theoretically analyzed birefringent holey fibers of new construction. The birefringence in these fibers is induced by a highly asymmetrical cladding, which is composed of only two rows of large holes separated by one row of small holes The fiber cores have the form of single defects made of pure silica or containing GeO2 doped circular inclusion The geometries of both fibers were preliminarily optimized in order to assure minimum number of structural elements, while keeping the confinement losses of the fundamental mode below 1 dB/km. We used an edge finite element method to calculate the spectral dependence of the confinement losses and the phase birefringence. Due to small number of the cladding holes, the proposed fiber construction with GeO2 doped inclusion in the core region may be especially useful for inscription the Bragg gratings.
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Jacek Olszewski, Tomasz Nasilowski, Marcin Szpulak, Gabriela Statkiewicz, Tadeusz Martynkien, Waclaw Urbanczyk, Jan Wojcik, Pawel Mergo, Mariusz Makara, Francis Berghmans, and Hugo Thienpont "Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction", Proc. SPIE 5950, Photonic Crystals and Fibers, 59501W (12 October 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.625948
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