22 July 2014 Proposal for highly residual dispersion compensating defected core decagonal photonic crystal fiber over S+C+L+U wavelength bands
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A defected core decagonal photonic crystal fiber is designed and numerically optimized to obtain its residual chromatic dispersion compensation in the wavelength range of 1460 to 1675 nm i.e., over S+C+L+U wavelength bands having an average dispersion of about −390  ps/(nm km) with a dispersion variation of 7  ps/(nm km). The designed fiber, with a flattened dispersion profile, has four rings of holes in the cladding region, which results in low confinement loss and small effective mode area at wavelength 1550 nm. For residual chromatic dispersion compensation, the proposed fiber can be used in wavelength division multiplexing optical fiber data communication systems.
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Md. Aminul Islam, Redwan Ahmad, Md. Sharafat Ali, K. M. Nasim, "Proposal for highly residual dispersion compensating defected core decagonal photonic crystal fiber over S+C+L+U wavelength bands," Optical Engineering 53(7), 076106 (22 July 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.53.7.076106 . Submission:
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