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New reduced cladding photonic fibers for high-compactness optical modules and metro amplifiers
Author(s): Valeria Gusmeroli; Mara Bagnasco; Giorgio Bodei; Paolo Gurnari; Gabriella Righini; Marta Affer; Paolo Vavassori
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Paper Abstract

The paper presents a new line of photonic fibers with reduce dcladding radius that permits to reduce the space occupancy of gain coils, fused fiber devices and fiber pigtails without affecting either the performance or the reliability. The proposed reduced cladding photonic fibers seem an effective answer to the demand for compact optical modules and small form factor amplifiers. Considering the advantages of the reduced cladding approach and that no-drawbacks are foreseeable, 80 microns cladding diameter is likely to become a new standard for all the photonic fibers used within optical modules.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 April 2003
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 4943, Fiber-based Component Fabrication, Testing, and Connectorization, (15 April 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.468558
Show Author Affiliations
Valeria Gusmeroli, Corning OTI SpA (Italy)
Mara Bagnasco, Corning OTI SpA (Italy)
Giorgio Bodei, Corning OTI SpA (Italy)
Paolo Gurnari, Corning OTI SpA (Italy)
Gabriella Righini, Corning OTI SpA (Italy)
Marta Affer, Corning OTI SpA (Italy)
Paolo Vavassori, Corning OTI SpA (Italy)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4943:
Fiber-based Component Fabrication, Testing, and Connectorization
Valerio Pruneri; Robert P. Dahlgren; Gregory M. Sanger, Editor(s)

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