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Fabrication of trapezoidal-Index profile single-mode fiber

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Fabrication of single-mode fibers with graded- index cores was first proposed as a means of producing dispersion-free single-mode fiber In the long-wavelength region near 1.3μm with relatively loose dimensional tolerances.1 A subsequent analysis of energy confinement indicated that low loss could also be achieved with these designs.2 The first reported results on triangular profile single-mode fibers3 exhibited low loss and zero material dispersion at 7.4μm. Subsequently, triangular profile fibers were reported4,5 with zero dispersion at 1.55μm and with a loss at that wavelength of <0.28 dB/km.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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