Electro-optic polymer optical fibers and their device applications

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This paper will report recent developments in electro-optic polymer optical fibers. We discuss mainly the experimental work done by the Photonics and Optical Communications Group in the University of New South Wales. The relevant issues regarding material processing, design and fabrication of electric-optic polymer fibers and devices will be addressed. In particular, electro-optical polymer fibers that incorporating various electro-optic organic materials, including the well-known disperse red 1, the synthetically attached DR1 side chain monomers, optical liquid crystals, etc., have been fabricated and investigated.
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Peng, Gang-Ding
Ji, Philip
Chu, Pak
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2002
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