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Indium Fluoride Glass Fibers for Mid-Infrared applications

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Abstract

Indium fluoride fibers have a wide transmission window from 0.3 to 5.5 micron. This opens the door to new applications, in aerospace, supercontinuum sources, and spectroscopy and fiber lasers. We report multimode and single mode indium fluoride glass fibers with good optical attenuation.

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