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Hollow core antiresonant fibers: novel designs, materials and applications

Hollow core antiresonant fibers: novel designs, materials and applications
Hollow core antiresonant fibers: novel designs, materials and applications
The development of hollow core optical fibers (HCs) based on the antiresonant optical principle is gaining a significant interest within the optical fiber research community due, among others, to their broadband transmission, mid-infrared and ultra-violet operation, as well as their unique ability to handle high optical power. In this work, we offer an update on our recent activities related to the introduction of novel HCs designs, the fabrication of HCs based on composite materials and, in particular, to the development of novel HCs for mid-infrared transmission. These novel forms of optical fibers may unable a range of novel, still unexplored applications.
fiber design and fabrication, fiber properties, microstructured fibers
IEEE
Belardi, Walter
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Lewis, Adam
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Lucia, Francesco De
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John Sazio, Pier
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Belardi, Walter
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Lewis, Adam
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Lucia, Francesco De
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John Sazio, Pier
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Belardi, Walter, Lewis, Adam, Lucia, Francesco De and John Sazio, Pier (2018) Hollow core antiresonant fibers: novel designs, materials and applications. In 2018 20th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON). vol. 2018-July, IEEE.. (doi:10.1109/ICTON.2018.8473845).

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Abstract

The development of hollow core optical fibers (HCs) based on the antiresonant optical principle is gaining a significant interest within the optical fiber research community due, among others, to their broadband transmission, mid-infrared and ultra-violet operation, as well as their unique ability to handle high optical power. In this work, we offer an update on our recent activities related to the introduction of novel HCs designs, the fabrication of HCs based on composite materials and, in particular, to the development of novel HCs for mid-infrared transmission. These novel forms of optical fibers may unable a range of novel, still unexplored applications.

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Published date: 26 September 2018
Additional Information: Invited talk
Keywords: fiber design and fabrication, fiber properties, microstructured fibers

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Local EPrints ID: 425992
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/425992
PURE UUID: 3ac41a79-806f-4ae9-9b74-964b7d8814fd
ORCID for Pier John Sazio: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6506-9266

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Date deposited: 09 Nov 2018 17:30
Last modified: 14 Mar 2019 01:45

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