Abstract

We compare several thermal poling configurations, demonstrating that a single-anode geometry offers high effective Chi(2) even in optical fibers with loose manufacturing tolerances. Our modelling also reveals that PC fibers display an unexpected “inhibited poling” mechanism.

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