18 April 2006 Optical properties of photonic band gap fibers made of silicate glass
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We report on the fabrication of photonic band gap fiber made of multicomponent glass. This fiber has a hexagonal lattice made of an array of 17 x 17 air capillaries with a lattice constant Λ=6.0 μm and air holes of diameter equal to d=5.7 μm. A hollow core is created by omitting seven central microcapillaries and have diameter of 16 μm. Characterization results show that the fiber can guide the light in the visible range with a central wavelength of 510 nm. The transmission properties for the presented PCFs are measured by using a broadband light source and an optical spectrum analyzer. In the paper we discuss also possible future modifications of the structures and their potential applications.
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Ryszard Buczyński, Dariusz Pysz, Tuomo Ritari, Przemyslaw Szarniak, Hanne Ludvigsen, Ryszard Stepien, "Optical properties of photonic band gap fibers made of silicate glass", Proc. SPIE 6182, Photonic Crystal Materials and Devices III (i.e. V), 61821Z (18 April 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.663402; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.663402


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