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Fabrication and applications of highly nonlinear silica holey fibres

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  • Qc Physics
  • Tk Electrical Engineering. Electronics Nuclear Engineering
  • Design


Holey fibre (HF) technology provides a new way to fabricate novel highly nonlinear silica based fibres. The cladding of a HF is defined by an arrangement of air holes that run along the fibre length surrounding a central silica core. The reduction in core size and increase in refractive index contrast that is possible in a HF allows the production of fibres with extremely high effective nonlinearity. HFs can also exhibit, by design of the hole configuration [2], dispersion properties not possible in standard fibres, such as anomalous dispersion below 1.3μm, normal dispersion at 1.55μm or flattened dispersion over a broad wavelength range.

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