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Bending Radius Dependence of Spatial Mode Dispersion in Randomly Coupled Multi-Core Fiber

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Abstract

Randomly coupled multi-core fiber (MCF) with a uniform twist realized lower spatial mode dispersion (SMD) and bending-radius dependence. The SMD-macrobending relationship was examined numerically and experimentally using MCFs fabricated with a preform rotation mechanism.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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