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Title: Antiresonant Hollow Core Fiber With an Octave Spanning Bandwidth for Short Haul Data Communications
Authors: John R. Hayes;Seyed Reza Sandoghchi;Thomas D. Bradley;Zhixin Liu;Radan Slav&x00ED;k;Marcelo Alonso Gouveia;Natalie V. Wheeler;Gregory Jasion;Yong Chen;Eric Numkam Fokoua;Marco N. Petrovich;David J. Richardson;Francesco Poletti
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We report an effectively single mode tubular antiresonant hollow core fiber with minimum loss of ~25 dB/km at ~1200 nm, and an extremely wide low-loss transmission window (lower than 30 dB/km loss from 1000 to 1400 nm and 6 dB bandwidth exceeding 1000 nm). Despite the relatively large mode field diameter of 32 &x03BC;m, the fiber can be interfaced to SMF28 to produce fully connectorized samples. Exploiting an excellent modal purity arising from large modal differential loss and low intermodal coupling, we demonstrate penalty-free 10G on-off keying data transmission through 100 m of fiber, at wavelengths of 1065, 1565, and 1963 nm.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/235474
volume: 35
issue: 3
More Information: 437,
442
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Title: Antiresonant Hollow Core Fiber With an Octave Spanning Bandwidth for Short Haul Data Communications
Authors: John R. Hayes;Seyed Reza Sandoghchi;Thomas D. Bradley;Zhixin Liu;Radan Slav&x00ED;k;Marcelo Alonso Gouveia;Natalie V. Wheeler;Gregory Jasion;Yong Chen;Eric Numkam Fokoua;Marco N. Petrovich;David J. Richardson;Francesco Poletti
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We report an effectively single mode tubular antiresonant hollow core fiber with minimum loss of ~25 dB/km at ~1200 nm, and an extremely wide low-loss transmission window (lower than 30 dB/km loss from 1000 to 1400 nm and 6 dB bandwidth exceeding 1000 nm). Despite the relatively large mode field diameter of 32 &x03BC;m, the fiber can be interfaced to SMF28 to produce fully connectorized samples. Exploiting an excellent modal purity arising from large modal differential loss and low intermodal coupling, we demonstrate penalty-free 10G on-off keying data transmission through 100 m of fiber, at wavelengths of 1065, 1565, and 1963 nm.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/235474
volume: 35
issue: 3
More Information: 437,
442
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7779050.pdf788.34 kBAdobe PDF
Title: Antiresonant Hollow Core Fiber With an Octave Spanning Bandwidth for Short Haul Data Communications
Authors: John R. Hayes;Seyed Reza Sandoghchi;Thomas D. Bradley;Zhixin Liu;Radan Slav&x00ED;k;Marcelo Alonso Gouveia;Natalie V. Wheeler;Gregory Jasion;Yong Chen;Eric Numkam Fokoua;Marco N. Petrovich;David J. Richardson;Francesco Poletti
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We report an effectively single mode tubular antiresonant hollow core fiber with minimum loss of ~25 dB/km at ~1200 nm, and an extremely wide low-loss transmission window (lower than 30 dB/km loss from 1000 to 1400 nm and 6 dB bandwidth exceeding 1000 nm). Despite the relatively large mode field diameter of 32 &x03BC;m, the fiber can be interfaced to SMF28 to produce fully connectorized samples. Exploiting an excellent modal purity arising from large modal differential loss and low intermodal coupling, we demonstrate penalty-free 10G on-off keying data transmission through 100 m of fiber, at wavelengths of 1065, 1565, and 1963 nm.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/235474
volume: 35
issue: 3
More Information: 437,
442
Appears in Collections:2017

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7779050.pdf788.34 kBAdobe PDF