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17 May 2007 Specialty optical fibers measured by interferometric techniques
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In this paper, different interferometric techniques were used for measuring dispersion characteristics of specialty optical fibers, including Corning PMF-38 highly birefringent fiber. We measured the wavelength dependence of both the phase and group modal birefringences for two lowest-order linearly polarized (LP) modes. The phase modal birefringence was measured by a lateral force method. The group modal birefringence was measured by a method of spectral-domain tandem interferometry. The latter method was also used to measure the intermodal group dispersion for two orthogonal polarizations of the LP modes. The experiment revealed a distinct dispersion splitting between X-polarized and Y-polarized LP modes.
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P. Hlubina, D. Ciprian, J. Trojková, G. Statkiewicz, T. Martynkien, and W. Urbańczyk "Specialty optical fibers measured by interferometric techniques", Proc. SPIE 6588, Photonic Crystal Fibers, 658811 (17 May 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.722678
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