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Polarization Effects on Thermally Stable Latency in Hollow-Core Photonic Bandgap Fibres

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Abstract

Hollow-Core fibers were recently demonstrated to have propagation time through them completely insensitive to changes in temperature. Here, we consider polarization dependent behaviour of these fibers and show how it can alter the fibre design.

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