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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Improving Dispersion Compensation Of Photonic Crystal Fibers Through Air Hole Core Insertion|
Mores Jr. J.A.
|Abstract:||The analysis of the insertion of one air hole centered in the core region of a Dispersion Compensating Photonic Crystal Fiber (DCPCF) was done by numerical modeling via Finite Element Method (FEM). A case study of this kind of optical fiber was evaluated. Based on this study, it was observed that the simple insertion of the air hole in the central region of the DCPCF and the variation of its diameter can produce significant improvements in fibers designed for this purpose. © 2011 IEEE.|
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