Revolver Hollow Core Optical Fibers
AbstractRevolver optical fibers (RF) are special type of hollow-core optical fibers with negative curvature of the core-cladding boundary and with cladding that is formed by a one ring layer of capillaries. The physical mechanisms contributing to the waveguiding parameters of RFs are discussed. The optical properties and possible applications of RFs are reviewed. Special attention is paid to the mid-IR hydrogen Raman lasers that are based on RFs and generating in the wavelength region from 2.9 to 4.4 μm. View Full-Text
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Bufetov, I.A.; Kosolapov, A.F.; Pryamikov, A.D.; Gladyshev, A.V.; Kolyadin, A.N.; Krylov, A.A.; Yatsenko, Y.P.; Biriukov, A.S. Revolver Hollow Core Optical Fibers. Fibers 2018, 6, 39.
Bufetov IA, Kosolapov AF, Pryamikov AD, Gladyshev AV, Kolyadin AN, Krylov AA, Yatsenko YP, Biriukov AS. Revolver Hollow Core Optical Fibers. Fibers. 2018; 6(2):39.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bufetov, Igor A.; Kosolapov, Alexey F.; Pryamikov, Andrey D.; Gladyshev, Alexey V.; Kolyadin, Anton N.; Krylov, Alexander A.; Yatsenko, Yury P.; Biriukov, Alexander S. 2018. "Revolver Hollow Core Optical Fibers." Fibers 6, no. 2: 39.
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