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High Damage Threshold Random Anti-Reflection (RAR) Nano Structures on Optical Fiber as Replacement for AR Coatings

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Author: Devinder Saini
Monday, November 27, 2017
This particular paper covers the key elements of anti-reflective coatings and the comparable improvement in the performance of the fiber through the application of a nano structure surface. More specifically, the paper focuses on a structure which mimics a moth's eye and how the application of this new process pushes the capabilities to new heights for consumers within multiple industries.
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