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Hollow-Core Fibers Seek the 'Holey' Grail

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Reducing loss levels with photonic crystal fibers opens up opportunities in telecommunications and other fields.

Hendrik Sabert and Jonathan Knight, BlazePhotonics Ltd.

Photonic crystal fibers are glass fibers with a fine array of airholes running down their length. They can exhibit photonic bandgaps, and the more-than-a-decade-old concept of using a two-dimensional bandgap to trap light in a hollow-core fiber is on the verge of competing successfully with...Read full article

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