Abstract

Double-crucible cane fabrication of highly purified chalcogenide-glass was combined with multimaterial thermal fiber drawing to produce robust low-loss 0.2 NA chalcogenide fibers monolithically provided with a polymer jacket and featuring losses <1 dB/m across the infrared.

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