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Microstructured optical fibers are of increasing interest since they offer unique optical properties and design flexibility that cannot be achieved in conventional forms of fiber. We review structural features, fabrication, optical properties and potential applications of index-guiding holey optical fibers. The state-of-the-art is presented for both silica and compound glass holey fibers.
We describe the first non-destructive measurements of the evolution of the optical continuum along a non-linear waveguide. By utilizing near-field microscopy, the spectral variation can be imaged along and across the waveguide with sub-wavelength resolution.
The relative accuracy of temperature and strain determination using Brillouin frequency shift and power change in standard single-mode fibre and the frequency shifts of the two Brillouin peaks in large effective area fibre is reported.
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