Polarization Characteristics of the Deformed Low-Mode Fiber Waveguides with Polarization Conservation

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In this work the results of polarization researches of low-optical fiber waveguides with conservation of polarization are presented. Obtained results quite convincingly testify regarding a high sensitivity low-mode regime of work of an optical fiber to anisotropic external influences, in comparison with one-mode regime of work of the same fibre. This result, can represent a big practical value at the realization of high-sensitivity fiber-optical devices of different physical values.

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U. Valiev, A. Simonov, D. Fu and D. Dzhuraev, "Polarization Characteristics of the Deformed Low-Mode Fiber Waveguides with Polarization Conservation," Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2011, pp. 128-132. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2011.34021.

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