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Mode-coupling analysis of anisotropic polarization-maintaining fibers

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Abstract

We analyze the coupling between the fundamental vector modal fields of two parallel polarization-maintaining fibers. An improved coupled-mode theory is employed, which also applies to anisotropic materials. Results for the array-mode-propagation constants are presented as a function of the relative tilt angle between the principal axes of the two fibers.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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