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Observation of tunable bandpass characteristics in a hollow-optical-fiber-microstructured-fiber composite structure using bend-loss edge-shift effects

Observation of tunable bandpass characteristics in a hollow-optical-fiber-microstructured-fiber composite structure using bend-loss edge-shift effects
Observation of tunable bandpass characteristics in a hollow-optical-fiber-microstructured-fiber composite structure using bend-loss edge-shift effects
Two optical fibers with different types of air-hole imbedded structures were serially concatenated to provide novel transmission characteristics. Bending sensitive shifts of the fundamental mode cutoff in a hollow optical fiber and a hexagonal microstructured holey fiber were found to be in opposite directions, which defines a new window with flexible tuning of the center wavelength and the bandwidth of transmission by independent bending radii control of the fibers. The concatenated composite structure provided useful optical transmission window management ranging from 400 to 1700nm along with a tunable pass bandwidth of 300-1000nm and a sideband rejection efficiency better than 20dB.
0146-9592
2946-2948
Jung, Yongmin
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Lee, Sejin
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Lee, Byeong Ha
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Kobelke, Jens
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Oh, Kyunghwan
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Jung, Yongmin
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Jung, Yongmin, Lee, Sejin, Lee, Byeong Ha, Kobelke, Jens and Oh, Kyunghwan (2008) Observation of tunable bandpass characteristics in a hollow-optical-fiber-microstructured-fiber composite structure using bend-loss edge-shift effects. Optics Letters, 33 (24), 2946-2948. (doi:10.1364/OL.33.002946). (PMID:19079501)

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Abstract

Two optical fibers with different types of air-hole imbedded structures were serially concatenated to provide novel transmission characteristics. Bending sensitive shifts of the fundamental mode cutoff in a hollow optical fiber and a hexagonal microstructured holey fiber were found to be in opposite directions, which defines a new window with flexible tuning of the center wavelength and the bandwidth of transmission by independent bending radii control of the fibers. The concatenated composite structure provided useful optical transmission window management ranging from 400 to 1700nm along with a tunable pass bandwidth of 300-1000nm and a sideband rejection efficiency better than 20dB.

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Published date: 5 December 2008
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 356034
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/356034
ISSN: 0146-9592
PURE UUID: a564c2cc-5d2c-4238-aef5-5d8535cf40d0
ORCID for Yongmin Jung: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9054-4372

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Date deposited: 10 Sep 2013 10:50
Last modified: 09 Jan 2022 03:29

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Author: Yongmin Jung ORCID iD
Author: Sejin Lee
Author: Byeong Ha Lee
Author: Jens Kobelke
Author: Kyunghwan Oh

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