Abstract

Large-mode-area leakage channel fibers, designed to suppress higher-order modes, demonstrate dramatic power loss at certain critical radii of curvature. Using C2 imaging, we experimentally characterize this anomaly, attributing it to resonant mode-coupling.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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