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Antireflective Surface Structures on IR Fibers for High Power Transmission

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We present results for increased transmission of ~99% through end faces of high index infrared fibers with novel anti-reflective surface structures. We demonstrate increased mid-infrared laser power handling capability for fibers with AR structured surfaces.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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