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Relation between macrobending losses and cutoff wavelength in dispersion-shifted segmented-core fibres

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1 Author(s)
Bjarklev, A.O. ; Technical University of Denmark, Electromagnetics Institute, Lyngby, Denmark

Dispersion-shifted triangular-core designs with and without rings and equal values of the Laplace spot size at ¿ = 1.55 ¿m are compared. Although increased cutoff wavelengths are obtained by the segmented-core designs, the bending properties are not necessarily improved, and when improvement is gained it is at the cost of higher Rayleigh loss.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 11 )