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Chromatic dispersion engineering in chalcogenide microporous fibers for the middle-infrared

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Abstract

Tuning of the microporosity in the core of chalcogenide fibers provides extensive dispersion engineering that allows red-shifting of zero-dispersion points and flattened dispersion profiles. The porosity also significantly lowers propagation losses.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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