Dispersion-tailored few-mode fibers: a versatile platform for in-fiber photonic devices

  title={Dispersion-tailored few-mode fibers: a versatile platform for in-fiber photonic devices},
  author={Siddharth Ramachandran},
  journal={Journal of Lightwave Technology},
In-fiber devices enable a vast array of critical photonic functions ranging from signal conditioning (amplification, dispersion control) to network management (add/drop multiplexers, optical monitoring). These devices have become mainstays of fiber-optic communication systems because they provide the advantages of low loss, polarization insensitivity, high reliability, and compatibility with the transmission line. The majority of fiber devices reported to date are obtained by doping, designing… CONTINUE READING
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