Polarization properties of photonic bandgap holey fibers

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Polarization properties of photonic bandgap holey fibers. / Szpulak, Marcin; Martynkien, Tadeusz; Olszewski, Jacek; Urbanczyk, Waclaw; Nasilowski, Tomasz; Berghmans, Francis; Thienpont, Hugo; Van Uffelen, Marco (Peer reviewer); D'hondt, Pierre (Peer reviewer).

Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland, 2005. p. 1-6.

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Szpulak, M, Martynkien, T, Olszewski, J, Urbanczyk, W, Nasilowski, T, Berghmans, F, Thienpont, H, Van Uffelen, M & D'hondt, P 2005, Polarization properties of photonic bandgap holey fibers. in Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland, pp. 1-6, Photonic Crystals and Fibers, Warsaw, Poland, 2005-08-30.

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Szpulak, M., Martynkien, T., Olszewski, J., Urbanczyk, W., Nasilowski, T., Berghmans, F., Thienpont, H., Van Uffelen, M., & D'hondt, P. (2005). Polarization properties of photonic bandgap holey fibers. In Proceedings of SPIE (pp. 1-6).

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Szpulak M, Martynkien T, Olszewski J, Urbanczyk W, Nasilowski T, Berghmans F et al. Polarization properties of photonic bandgap holey fibers. In Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland. 2005. p. 1-6

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Szpulak, Marcin ; Martynkien, Tadeusz ; Olszewski, Jacek ; Urbanczyk, Waclaw ; Nasilowski, Tomasz ; Berghmans, Francis ; Thienpont, Hugo ; Van Uffelen, Marco ; D'hondt, Pierre. / Polarization properties of photonic bandgap holey fibers. Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland, 2005. pp. 1-6

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title = "Polarization properties of photonic bandgap holey fibers",
abstract = "We numerically analyzed the polarization properties of two birefringent photonic bandgap holey fibers with different geometries. Our calculation method is fully vectorial and uses a hybrid edge/nodal finite element approache with PML absorbing boundery conditions. In both structures, we determined the spectral dependence of the phase modal birefringence and the spectral dependence of the losses for the fundamental modes of orthogonal polarizations. Our results show that the dependence of losses upon mode polarization is so high that both structures can be used as fiber polarizers.",
keywords = "photonic bandgap fibers, birefringence, losses",
author = "Marcin Szpulak and Tadeusz Martynkien and Jacek Olszewski and Waclaw Urbanczyk and Tomasz Nasilowski and Francis Berghmans and Hugo Thienpont and {Van Uffelen}, Marco and Pierre D'hondt",
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AU - Martynkien, Tadeusz

AU - Olszewski, Jacek

AU - Urbanczyk, Waclaw

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AB - We numerically analyzed the polarization properties of two birefringent photonic bandgap holey fibers with different geometries. Our calculation method is fully vectorial and uses a hybrid edge/nodal finite element approache with PML absorbing boundery conditions. In both structures, we determined the spectral dependence of the phase modal birefringence and the spectral dependence of the losses for the fundamental modes of orthogonal polarizations. Our results show that the dependence of losses upon mode polarization is so high that both structures can be used as fiber polarizers.

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