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Erbium Ytterbium Fiber

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Erbium Ytterbium FiberA double-clad erbium ytterbium co-doped fiber with a 10-μm core diameter from iXblue SAS is a polarizing fiber for 1053- and 1064-nm operation.

The fiber is designed to be polarizing over a short length with no coiling needed. This fiber is ideally suited to manufacture patch cords when a single polarization signals needs to be transmitted without polarization extinction ratio (PER) degradation. This is critical and beneficial for polarization-sensitive applications such as atom cooling, quantum optics, or high-energy physics.

The full polarizing effect yielding more than 30 dB PER occurs with <2 m of fiber and the standard 125-μm cladding size ensures easy integration in any standard polarization-maintaining fiber.

Autumn 2019

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