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Bending-induced thermal stress birefringence in single-mode fibers

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Abstract

The field deformation in bent fibers causes a non-symmetric field overlap with the thermal fiber stress profile and yields large modal stress birefringence. The latter can fully compensate the well-known bending-induced mechanical stress birefringence.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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