Abstract

This paper presents the design of an index guided photonic crystal fiber which promises to yield very large birefringence $(\sim 2.22 \times 10^{ - 2})$ . Important optical properties, such as birefringence, single modeness, optical confinement, fiber dispersion, walk-off, etc., have been studied employing numerical simulation through finite difference time domain scheme. The fiber also promises a very small walk-off near optical communication wavelength.

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