Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2007 M08 29 - 232 páginas

Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres describes the optical properties of microstructured fibres, how they are made and modelled, and outlines some potential applications. These applications include areas where polymer fibres are already used, such as high-data rate transmission for Fibre-to-the Home or within cars, as well as completely new areas such as the photonic bandgap transmission of "difficult" wavelengths.

Emphasising a conceptual understanding of the underlying physics, Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres is clearly written, and includes numerous illustrations. It provides an excellent overview of the latest developments in the field, making them accessible to industry, technical and research audiences.

 

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History and Applications of Polymer Fibres and Microstructured Fibres
1
12 Fabrication Considerations For Polymer And Glass Optical Fibres
3
13 Index Contrast Between Core And Cladding
6
14 Physical Properties Of Polymers
7
15 Current Applications Of Conventional Polymer Fibres
8
16 History And Overview Of Microstructured Fibres
10
References
16
Concepts in Waveguide Theory
21
53 Quality Of Fabricated MPOF
103
532 Structure
104
References
106
Effects of Drawing on the Microstructure
111
62 Isothermal Analysis Of Hole Deformation
115
622 HoleShape Changes
117
623 Approximate Analysis Of Hole Behaviour
120
63 Nonisothermal Analysis Of Hole Deformation
121

211 Degeneracy Polarisation And Birefringence
22
212 Weak Guidance
24
214 Effective Indices And Cutoff
26
22 Coupling Light In And Out
27
221 Numerical Aperture
28
222 Mode Field Diameter Or Spot Size
29
23 Bandwidth And Dispersion
30
231 Intra And InterModal Dispersion
31
232 Group Velocity And Chromatic Dispersion
32
241 Equilibrium
33
242 Over And UnderFilled Launch Conditions
34
25 Conventional Guidance Mechanisms
35
References
37
Guiding Concepts in Microstructured Fibres
39
32 Confinement Loss
45
321 Counting Modes In Microstructured Fibres
46
322 Endlessly SingleMode Fibre
48
33 Manipulating Dispersion
49
References
50
The Modelling and Design of Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres
53
41 Nomenclature
54
42 Algorithms
57
422 Nonconventional Approaches
59
423 Available Software
63
431 Deterministic and Stochastic Coupling
64
432 Comparing Two Common Perturbations
66
433 Equilibrium Length And Power Distribution
67
44 Example Designs For Various Fibre Attributes
68
442 Capture And Coupling Efficiency Large cores
69
444 Dispersion
71
445 Polarisation
72
45 Automated Design
73
References
77
Fabrication of Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres
83
51 Preform Production
84
513 Drilling Monolithic Preforms
86
514 Extrusion
89
515 Injection Moulding
91
516 Casting
92
52 Fibre Drawing And Furnace Design
94
521 Convective Heat Transfer
95
522 Radiative Heat Transfer
99
523 Monitoring And Control
102
631 Convective Heat Transfer
122
632 Radiative Heat Transfer
125
633 Pressure Modified Hole Deformation
126
References
128
The Handling and Characterisation of Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres
130
712 Laser Cutting
132
713 HotKnife Cutting
133
72 Fibre Characterisation
136
722 Single And Multimode Guiding
137
723 Near And FarFields
138
724 Numerical Aperture
140
725 Transmission Loss
141
726 Bandwidth
148
727 Birefringence
152
References
158
HollowCore Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres
165
82 Fabrication
166
83 Transmission Properties
168
84 Issues Affecting The Performance Of Bandgap Fibres
171
843 Ultimate Loss Limits For HollowCore MPOF
172
85 Applications Of Photonic Bandgap Fibres
176
References
177
GradedIndex Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres
180
92 Intermodal Dispersion
183
94 Experimental Characterisation Of GImPOFs
188
95 Challenges And Future Directions
189
References
190
Bragg and Long Period Gratings in mPOF
193
102 Fibre Bragg Gratings
197
1023 FBGs In Microstructured Polymer Fibres
198
103 Long Period Gratings
202
1032 LPGs In Polymer Fibres
203
104 Challenges And Future Directions
207
References
208
Material Additives for Microstructured Polymer Optical Fibres
212
112 Doping Methods
216
1122 Nanoparticle Doping
220
113 Fluorescence Measurements
221
114 An MPOF Amplifier And Laser
222
115 Challenges And Future Directions
225
Index
229
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