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Time-Dependent Crosstalk from Multiple Cores in a Homogeneous Multi-Core Fiber

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Abstract

We investigate the time-dependence of crosstalk in homogeneous multi-core fibers originating from multiple interfering cores. We observe that increasing the number of interacting cores increases the frequency of crosstalk fluctuations by an order of magnitude.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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