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Analyzing random design imperfection in hollow-core anti-resonant fibers

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Abstract

Fabricating hollow-core anti-resonant fibers (HC-ARFs) introduces imperfections to the geometry, significantly influencing loss and transmission-bandwidth. Here, for the first time, we investigate random geometry imperfections on the loss and guiding performance of 5-tube nested HC-ARFs.

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