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Randomly-coupled Single-mode 12-core Fiber with Highest Core Density

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125-μm cladding randomly-coupled 12-core fiber is realized with the highest core density of any single-mode multi-core fiber. A spatial mode dispersion coefficient of 8.4 ps/√km is achieved by controlling the twisting rate along the fiber.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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