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Low-loss plastic optical fibers

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The closed polymerization and fiber drawing method1 was very effective in lowering the attenuation loss of plastic optical fiber (POF), Using this method, we developed low-loss POFs of PMMA core, which had the lowest attenuation, 55 dB/km, at a 568-nm wavelength as shown in Fig. 1.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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