Abstract

We report on the laser-oriented growth of a polymer probe with a length of hundreds microns at the end of a single mode fiber. It has a high L/r ratio of 250 and a very low loss of 0.31 dB in optical transmission. It can be applied as an efficient scanning optical source and photo-detector.

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