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Tunable Anisotropic Strain in Laser Crystallized Silicon Core Optical Fibers

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A laser processing method for tuning the size of the anisotropic strain in a silicon core optical fiber is demonstrated. We propose that this technique can be used to modify the core’s opto-electronic properties for applications with specific requirements.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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