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The prospect of microstructured silica fibers with a lower transmission loss than conventional fibers represents a tantalizing possibility with the potential to revolutionize telecommunications. The combination of the microstructured fiber concept with non-silica glasses is a relatively unexplored field which promises the development of a host of new fibers and operational regimes not achievable in existing fibers. For example, recently compound glasses with high intrinsic optical nonlinearity (such as lead-silicate, tellurite and bismuth-oxide) have been used to produce HFs with extreme values of effective fiber nonlinearity -.
For example, the combination of the high nonlinearity provided by compound glasses and the flexibility offered by microstructured fiber technology for engineering the fiber parameters should lead to the development of truly practical, low power compact nonlinear fiber devices. Solid holey fibers promise both a range of practical handling benefits and access to new optical regimes. Finally, air-core high-index photonic bandgap fibers are an attractive means to high-power transmission and new transmission windows.
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