An examination of the effect of polarization on the radiation losses of bent optical fibres
Tanyer, S. G.
Optical and Quantum Electronics
Kluwer Academic Publishers
105 - 112
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It has long been recognized that the bending losses in weakly guiding optical fibres are independent of the polarization for large bend radius. Here, we show this fact using the volume equivalent current method. The procedure is then applied to a helically bent fibre and it is shown that the radiation from the helical fibre is also independent of the polarization as long as the fibre is weakly guiding.
Bent optical fibers
Circularly bent fiber
Volume equivalent current method
Weakly guiding optical fibers
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00420406
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