Abstract

We report on the study, the fabrication and the characterization of an all-solid Large Pitch Fiber (LPF) made from an innovative synthesis process based on a powder sintering and vitrification. This fiber is actively doped with ytterbium and presents a large core of 50μm.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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