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HB980T and HB1250T Telecom Fibers

Photonics.com
Mar 2014
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SOUTHAMPTON, England, March 11, 2014 — Fibercore has announced two new models in its telecom polarization-maintaining (PM) fiber range. The fibers are variants of the HB980T and HB1250T and are suitable for applications including PM pigtails on pump lasers for erbium-doped fiber amplifiers, Raman amplifiers and Lyot depolarizers; at the 1310-nm wavelengths, applications include fiber lasers, current sensors and biomedical technologies such as OCT.

In comparison to the standard PM fiber models, the newly released models maximize the fundamental benefit of the bow-tie structure to deliver a 40% increase in birefringence, the company says. This efficiency translates to a shorter beat length (Lp) and enhanced polarization extinction ratios.


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GLOSSARY
fiber laser
A laser in which the lasing medium is an optical fiber doped with low levels of rare-earth halides to make it capable of amplifying light. Output is tunable over a broad range and can be broadband. Laser diodes can be used for pumping because of the fiber laser's low threshold power, eliminating the need for cooling.
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