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New Silica Laser-Optimized Multimode Optical Fibers with Extremely Enlarged 100-μm Core Diameter for Gigabit Onboard and Industrial Networks

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Department of Communication Lines, Povozhskiy State University of Telecommunications and Informatics, 23, Lev Tolstoy street, Samara 443010, Russia
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Research and Manufacturing Complex “Fiber”, JSC “Scientific Production Association State Optical Institute Named after Vavilov S.I.”, 36/1, Babushkin street, Saint Petersburg 192171, Russia
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Department of Radiophotonics and Microwave Theory, Kazan National Research State University named after A.N. Tupolev-KAI, 31/7, Karl Marx street, Kazan, Rep. Tatarstan 420111, Russia
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Department of Information Technology and Security, Kazan Innovative University named after V.G. Timiryasov, 42, Moscovskaya street, Kazan, 420111, Rep., Tatarstan 420111, Russia
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“OptoFiber Lab” LLC, #9, build. 4, Lugovaya street, Skolkovo Innovation Center, Moscow 143026, Russia
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Received: 17 January 2020 / Revised: 3 March 2020 / Accepted: 9 March 2020 / Published: 17 March 2020
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Optical Fibers as a Key Element of Distributed Sensor Systems)
We present new type of silica graded index laser-optimized multimode optical fibers (LOMF) with extremely enlarged core diameter up to 100 μm and “typical” “telecommunication” cladding diameter 125 μm. This optical fiber was designed for harsh environment Gigabit onboard cable systems and industrial networks. It differs by special optimized graded refractive index profile, providing low differential mode delay (DMD) for selected guided modes. We present some results of tests, performed for manufactured pilot 520 m length of described LOMF 100/125, concerned with its geometry properties as well as key transmission parameters—attenuation and DMD map. View Full-Text
Keywords: laser-based gigabit data transmission; large core multimode optical fiber; few-mode regime; higher-order modes; selected guided modes; differential mode delay; mode coupling; on-board cable systems; industrial networks; short-range optical networks laser-based gigabit data transmission; large core multimode optical fiber; few-mode regime; higher-order modes; selected guided modes; differential mode delay; mode coupling; on-board cable systems; industrial networks; short-range optical networks
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Burdin, V.A.; Dashkov, M.V.; Demidov, V.V.; Dukelskii, K.V.; Evtushenko, A.S.; Kuznetsov, A.A.; Matrosova, A.S.; Morozov, O.G.; Ter-Nersesyants, E.V.; Vasilets, A.A.; Zaitseva, E.S.; Zhukov, A.E.; Bourdine, A.V. New Silica Laser-Optimized Multimode Optical Fibers with Extremely Enlarged 100-μm Core Diameter for Gigabit Onboard and Industrial Networks. Fibers 2020, 8, 18. https://0-doi-org.brum.beds.ac.uk/10.3390/fib8030018

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Burdin VA, Dashkov MV, Demidov VV, Dukelskii KV, Evtushenko AS, Kuznetsov AA, Matrosova AS, Morozov OG, Ter-Nersesyants EV, Vasilets AA, Zaitseva ES, Zhukov AE, Bourdine AV. New Silica Laser-Optimized Multimode Optical Fibers with Extremely Enlarged 100-μm Core Diameter for Gigabit Onboard and Industrial Networks. Fibers. 2020; 8(3):18. https://0-doi-org.brum.beds.ac.uk/10.3390/fib8030018

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Burdin, Vladimir A., Michael V. Dashkov, Vladimir V. Demidov, Konstantin V. Dukelskii, Alexander S. Evtushenko, Artem A. Kuznetsov, Alexandra S. Matrosova, Oleg G. Morozov, Egishe V. Ter-Nersesyants, Alexander A. Vasilets, Elena S. Zaitseva, Alexander E. Zhukov, and Anton V. Bourdine 2020. "New Silica Laser-Optimized Multimode Optical Fibers with Extremely Enlarged 100-μm Core Diameter for Gigabit Onboard and Industrial Networks" Fibers 8, no. 3: 18. https://0-doi-org.brum.beds.ac.uk/10.3390/fib8030018

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