"Holey" optical fibers: cages for light


Knight, J., Benabid, F., Reeves, W., Birks, T. and Russell, P., 2003. "Holey" optical fibers: cages for light. In: Optical Fiber Communications Conference, 2003. OFC 2003, 2003-01-01.

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Optical fibers with air holes in their cross-section can deliver previously unimaginable performance. They represent an alternative fiber technology which is at a relatively early stage of development, but which can already outperform conventional fibers in certain respects. Photonic crystal fibers provide a wonderful arena for scientists in disciplines such as nonlinear optics and fiber design.


Item Type Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)
CreatorsKnight, J., Benabid, F., Reeves, W., Birks, T. and Russell, P.
Uncontrolled Keywordsholey optical fibers,air holes,nonlinear optics,photonic crystal fibers,light cage,fiber design,photonic crystals,optical fibre fabrication,optical fibre dispersion,optical design techniques
DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Physics
ID Code9040


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