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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Efficient Technique to Control the Zero-Dispersion Wavelength of a Microstructured Optical Fiber
Author: Ramos-Gonzales, RE
Fernandez-Chillcce, E
Barbosa, LC
Hernandez-Figueroa, HE
Abstract: An efficient technique to control the zero-dispersion wavelength of a microstructured optical fiber is proposed and numerically demonstrated in this article. This technique is based on the variation of the linear refractive index and the thickness of a thin film covering the microstructured optical fiber holes' inner surfaces. A powerful and accurate code based on a full-vector finite-element method formulation in conjunction with perfectly matched layers was used. A maximum of 570-nm zero-dispersion wavelength displacement is demonstrated. This thin film can be included after the microstructured optical fiber has been fabricated, as that means the zero dispersion of such fiber can be tailored as needed.
Subject: finite-element method
microstructured optical fibers
thin film devices
zero dispersion
Country: EUA
Editor: Taylor & Francis Inc
Citation: Fiber And Integrated Optics. Taylor & Francis Inc, v. 31, n. 3, n. 186, n. 195, 2012.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1080/01468030.2011.652803
Date Issue: 2012
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