A new mode converter based on hollow optical fiber for gigabit LAN communication

S. Choi, K. Oh, W. Shin, C. S. Park, G. Y. Kim, Y. G. Lee

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Abstract

A mode converter based on the hollow optical fiber to convert the fundamental mode to the ring shape mode was proposed to reduce the differential modal delay of multi-mode fiber (MMF). The insertion loss, far-field pattern, and the 2.5Gb/s transmission experiments of mode converters based on hollow optical fiber (HOF) were explored. The structure of the proposed mode converter was schematically illustrated. The improvement of bit error rate (BER) for 2.5Gb/s transmission at 1.31μm through 500m of MMF using the proposed mode converter was reported.

Original languageEnglish
Pages326-327
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2001 Dec 1
Event27th European Conference on Optical Communication - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 2001 Sep 302001 Oct 4

Other

Other27th European Conference on Optical Communication
CountryNetherlands
CityAmsterdam
Period01/9/3001/10/4

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

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    Choi, S., Oh, K., Shin, W., Park, C. S., Kim, G. Y., & Lee, Y. G. (2001). A new mode converter based on hollow optical fiber for gigabit LAN communication. 326-327. Paper presented at 27th European Conference on Optical Communication, Amsterdam, Netherlands.