Abstract

We theoretically analyze acoustic leaky modes in acoustically antiguiding optical fibers based on a quasi-mode-interpretation method. The method is more intuitive and heuristic than other methods, in terms of understanding the characteristics of unbounded acoustic modes in optical fibers.

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