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Furnace chemical vapor deposition bismuth-doped silica-core holey fiber

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Abstract

A bismuth-doped-pure-silica holey fiber is fabricated using a fiber preform made by the furnace chemical vapor deposition method. The spectroscopic properties of the fiber are studied, and laser action at λ=1450nm with an efficiency of 12% is demonstrated.

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