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Title: Two-mode operation in highly birefringent photonic crystal fiber
Authors: Ju, J
Jin, W 
Demokan, S
Keywords: Finite-element method (FEM)
Photonic crystal fiber (PCF)
Two-mode fiber
Issue Date: Nov-2004
Publisher: IEEE
Source: IEEE photonics technology letters, Nov. 2004, v. 16, no. 11, p.2472-2474 How to cite?
Journal: IEEE photonics technology letters 
Abstract: A photonic crystal fiber with different air-hole diameters along the orthogonal axes is found to support only the first two modes over a very broad wavelength range (>650 nm). The second-order mode is approximately linearly polarized and has stable-intensity lope positions that do not change in response to environmental disturbances. Strain sensitivity as a function of operating wavelength of a two-mode interferometric sensor made from such a fiber is also investigated.
ISSN: 1041-1135
DOI: 10.1109/LPT.2004.835216
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