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New high N.A. fiber for long-length Image transmission

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In an image fiber system, to get a bright highresolution long transmission image, the element fibers of which the fiber scope is composed need to have low attenuation and high N.A. To address these application needs, a new high N.A. fiber based on silicate glass has been developed. This paper describes the results of the fabrication developments and the fiber characteristics.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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