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2021-12-26

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A. A. Makovetskii

ABSTRACT

Numerical calculation of the hybrid modes is performed for a quartz–polymer optical fiber with the diameter of the optical fiber core of 400 μm and a diffusing light-reflecting shell made of a thermoplastic copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and ethylene of the Tefzel brand. The radial profile and quantity χ, the relative fraction of the energy of the mode which propagates along the light-reflecting shell, which determines diffusion are calculated for the selected modes. The function χ(m, s) monotonically increases with the increase in the azimuthal number m and decreases with the increase in the radial number s. The highest value of χ is achieved in the mode with the maximum possible for this optical fiber value of m = 953, at which only one mode with s = 1 exists. Diffusion increases upon decreasing the diameter of the optical fiber core. The obtained calculation theoretical results are qualitatively confirmed by the experiments on the measurement of diffusion in quartz–polymer optical fibers with a Tefzel light-reflecting shell with the diameters of the optical fiber core of 400 and 200 μm. More... »

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1267-1272

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