Comparison of Borosilicate Crown glass Photonic Crystal Fibers & Silica Honeycomb Photonic Crystal FibersJournal: International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (www.erpublication.org) (Vol.2012, No. II)
Publication Date: 2012-12-31
Authors : Sunil Sharma;
Page : 27-29
Keywords : erpublication; IJETR;
In the conventional Photonic Crystal Fibers (PCFs), the cladding is formed by regular lattice of air holes with same diameter and silica glass is used as core material. In this paper, we have study a new structure of PCF filled Borosilicate Crown glass as core material. It is possible to control chromatic dispersion in wide wavelength range by varying the inner 3 layers hole diameter compare to outer 3 rings hole diameter. The honeycomb lattice has recently been suggested for the formation of a photonic band-gap guiding silica-core. There are so many difficulties occur during the design process because when parameters are being changed the designing varies accordingly. Using this design principle, ultra flattened dispersion is also designed through a Scalar effective index method (SEIM) with Transparent Boundary Condition (TBC). Here we have also compare Borosilicate Crown glass PCF with Conventional silica glass PCF. A PCF with flat dispersion property may be very useful for next generation optical and communication data.
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