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Multicomponent glass fiber optic integrated structures

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Dariusz Pysz, Ireneusz Kujawa, Przemyslaw Szarniak, Marcin Franczyk, Ryszard Stepien

Institute of Electronic Materials Technology (Poland)

Ryszard Buczynski

Warsaw Univ. (Poland)

Proc. SPIE 5951, Optical Fibers: Technology, 595102 (September 23, 2005); doi:10.1117/12.622111
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  • Optical Fibers: Technology
  • Jan Rayss; Brian Culshaw; Anna G. Mignani
  • Warsaw, Poland | August 28, 2005

abstract

A range of integrated fiber optic structures - lightguides, image guides, multicapillary arrays, microstructured (photonic) fibers - manufactured in the Institute of Electronic Materials Technology (ITME) is described. All these structures are made of multicomponent glasses (a part of them melted in ITME). They can be manufactured in similar multistep process that involves drawing glass or lightguide rods and tubes preparing glass performs, stacking a bundle with rods and (or) tubes, drawing multifiber or multicapillary performs. Structure formation, technological process, characterization and applications of different integrated structures are presented.

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Dariusz Pysz ; Ireneusz Kujawa ; Przemyslaw Szarniak ; Marcin Franczyk ; Ryszard Stepien, et al.
"Multicomponent glass fiber optic integrated structures", Proc. SPIE 5951, Optical Fibers: Technology, 595102 (September 23, 2005); doi:10.1117/12.622111; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.622111


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