Antiresonant guiding microstructured optical fibers for sensing applications

@inproceedings{Litchinitser2005AntiresonantGM,
  title={Antiresonant guiding microstructured optical fibers for sensing applications},
  author={Natalia M Litchinitser},
  year={2005}
}
A novel refractometric sensor utilizing unique spectral properties of antiresonant-guiding microstructured optical fibers is proposed. The sensor operation is based on the wavelength shift of the transmission spectrum in response to the refractive index change of a sample loaded in the airholes of the microstructured optical fiber. Refractive index changes on the order of 0.1% can be detected using less than a nanoliter of a sample. PACS 42.81Qb; 42.70Qs; 42.81Pa 
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