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Chen, D., Vincent Tse, M.L. and Tam, H.Y. (2010) Optical Properties of Photonic Crystal Fibers with a Fiber Core of Arrays of Subwavelength Circular Air Holes: Birefringence and Dispersion. Progress in Electromagnetics Research, 105, 193-212.
https://doi.org/10.2528/PIER10042706

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  • TITLE: Analysis of Optical Properties for Square, Circular and Hexagonal Photonic Crystal Fiber

    AUTHORS: Md. Bellal Hossain, Abdullah Al-Mamun Bulbul, Md. Abdul Mukit, Etu Podder

    KEYWORDS: Photonics Crystal Fiber, Effective Area, Waveguide Dispersion, Confinement Loss, COMSOL Multiphysics

    JOURNAL NAME: Optics and Photonics Journal, Vol.7 No.11, November 15, 2017

    ABSTRACT: This paper presents four rings square, circular, and hexagonal photonic crystal fiber (PCF) geometry for analyzing different optical properties in a wavelength ranging from 800 nm to 1600 nm. These three types of geometry have been used for analyzing Effective area, Propagation constant, Confinement loss and Waveguide dispersion. Silica glass is chosen as background material and the cladding region is made of four air hole layers. COMSOL Multiphysics (v.5) software is used to simulate these proposed PCF geometries. From the numerical analysis, it is found that the effective area is small for hexagonal PCF geometry and large for square PCF geometry (11.827 μm2, 10.588 μm2 and 9.405 μm2 for square, circular, and hexagonal PCF geometry respectively). From the analysis, the Confinement loss is approximately zero at wavelength ranges from 800 nm to 1250 nm and approximately zero waveguide dispersion is achieved from 900 nm to 1500 nm for all the three PCF structures. Again, negative dispersion approximately −30.354 ps/(nm⋅km) is achieved for circular PCF structure at the wavelength of 900 nm.