Development of special polymer optical fibres and devices

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Novel special polymer optical fibres and devices have been developed by several research groups around the world. Special polymer optical fibres and devices have great potential in a range of photonic applications. These polymer optical fibres, including both single-mode and multimode, could be made laser-active, photosensitive, photorefractive or optically nonlinear, either by incorporating functional materials into the fibre cores or by fabricating specially structured fibre cross sections. In this presentation we will report on the progress in developing special polymer optical fibres and also discuss a few prospective device applications of these fibres.
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Peng, Gang-Ding
Wang, Ting
Ji, Philip
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2004
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