Low-loss hybrid fiber with zero dispersion wavelength shifted to 1 µm.

@article{Aleshkina2013LowlossHF,
  title={Low-loss hybrid fiber with zero dispersion wavelength shifted to 1 µm.},
  author={Svetlana S. Aleshkina and Mikhail E. Likhachev and Andrei K. Senatorov and Mikhail M. Bubnov and Mikhail Yu Salaganskii and Aleksey N. Guryanov},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2013},
  volume={21 20},
  pages={23838-43}
}
We proposed and investigated a novel type of all-glass hybrid fiber where light is confined in the low-index core due to both total internal reflection and coherent Fresnel reflection (a photonic bandgap mechanism). The hybrid mode has an anomalous dispersion of 13 ps/(nm km) at 1064 nm and low loss (~6 dB/km), and it can be easily excited by splicing with a single-mode step-index fiber. The compression of positively chirped 8 ps pulses down to 330 fs was demonstrated with the fabricated hybrid… CONTINUE READING

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