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Impact of Angular Deviation of Specular Reflection on Few-Mode Fiber Near Brewster Angle Cut

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Abstract

Reflection of a few-mode fiber cut near the Brewster angle is analyzed with the angular spectrum method. The minimum reflection loss deviates from the Brewster angle significantly, when the core is less than 10 μm.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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