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18 April 2006 Experimental and theoretical analysis of dispersion characteristics of two-mode birefringent holey fiber
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We present the results of experimental and theoretical analysis of dispersion characteristics of a two-mode birefringent holey fiber, in which the birefringence is induced by two large holes adjacent to the fiber core. Different interferometric techniques were used to measure in a broad spectral range the wavelength dependences of the phase and the group modal birefringence for the fundamental and the higher-order linearly polarized (LP) spatial modes. We also measured the wavelength dependence of the intermodal dispersion for two orthogonal polarizations of the fundamental and the higher-order LP spatial modes employing a white-light spectral interferometric method. Furthermore, we calculated all the dispersion characteristics using a full-vector finite-element method and confirmed good agreement between experimental and theoretical results.
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P. Hlubina, M. Szpulak, L. Knyblova, D. Ciprian, T. Martynkien, G. Statkiewicz, and W. Urbanczyk "Experimental and theoretical analysis of dispersion characteristics of two-mode birefringent holey fiber", Proc. SPIE 6182, Photonic Crystal Materials and Devices III (i.e. V), 61822G (18 April 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.661107
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