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Solid core photonic crystal fiber with ultrawide bandgap

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Using a simple model we argue that solid core microstructured optical fibers with high-index, ring-shaped, inclusions can have an uninterrupted bandwidth as large as an octave. We confirm this experimentally using a polymer optical fiber.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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