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|Title:||Photonic bandgap fibres for infrared applications|
|Citation:||2nd EMRS DTC Technical Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 16 - 17 Jun 2005: paper B9|
|Publisher Place:||on line|
|Conference Name:||Electro Magnetic Remote Sensing Defence Technology Centre Technical Conference (2nd : 2005 : Edinburgh, UK)|
|M.N. Petrovich, V. Finazzi, T.M. Monro, D.J. Richardson, E.J. O’Driscoll, M.A. Watson, T. Delmonte|
|Abstract:||Photonic bandgap fibres are among the most innovative developments of optical fibre technology in recent years. In these fibres light can be guided in a hollow core as a consequence of a bandgap effect, allowing for very weak interaction of the guided mode with the fibre structure. This opens the possibility for lower losses and nonlinear effects, and higher damage thresholds, than in conventional fibres. This paper presents the design and fabrication of photonic bandgap fibres for high power beam delivery applications at wavelengths of interest for electro-magnetic remote sensing.|
|Keywords:||Microstructured fibres, photonic bandgap fibres, laser power transmission|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemistry and Physics publications|
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