Two Modes Near-zero Dispersion Flattened Photonic-crystal Fiber

Yuling JI, Qingyong ZHU, Feixue WANG

Abstract


Through massive computer simulation, a photonic-crystal fiber with seven air-hole defects as fiber core is proposed by using the software CUDOS based on the multipole method. In the given fiber parameters, the photonic-crystal fiber’s fundamental and second modes are dispersion flattened simultaneously in the communication O wave band, S wave band and C wave band. It is important in the relative application of multi-mode dispersion flattened photonic-crystal fiber.


Keywords


Photonic-crystal fiber; Double-mode dispersion flatten; Multipole method.

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