Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction

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Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction. / Olszewski, Jacek; Nasilowski, Tomasz; Szpulak, Marcin; Statkiewicz, Gabriela; Martynkien, Tadeusz; Urbanczyk, Waclaw; Wojcik, Jan; Mergo, Pawel; Makara, Mariusz; Berghmans, Francis; Thienpont, Hugo; Van Uffelen, Marco (Peer reviewer); D'hondt, Pierre (Peer reviewer).

Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland, 2005. p. 1-7.

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Olszewski, J, Nasilowski, T, Szpulak, M, Statkiewicz, G, Martynkien, T, Urbanczyk, W, Wojcik, J, Mergo, P, Makara, M, Berghmans, F, Thienpont, H, Van Uffelen, M & D'hondt, P 2005, Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction. in Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland, pp. 1-7, Photonics Crystals and Fibers, Warsaw, Poland, 2005-08-30.

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Olszewski, J., Nasilowski, T., Szpulak, M., Statkiewicz, G., Martynkien, T., Urbanczyk, W., ... D'hondt, P. (2005). Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction. In Proceedings of SPIE (pp. 1-7). Warsaw, Poland.

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Olszewski J, Nasilowski T, Szpulak M, Statkiewicz G, Martynkien T, Urbanczyk W et al. Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction. In Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland. 2005. p. 1-7

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Olszewski, Jacek ; Nasilowski, Tomasz ; Szpulak, Marcin ; Statkiewicz, Gabriela ; Martynkien, Tadeusz ; Urbanczyk, Waclaw ; Wojcik, Jan ; Mergo, Pawel ; Makara, Mariusz ; Berghmans, Francis ; Thienpont, Hugo ; Van Uffelen, Marco ; D'hondt, Pierre. / Theoretical investigations of birefringent holey fiber of new construction. Proceedings of SPIE. Warsaw, Poland, 2005. pp. 1-7

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