Vapor deposition techniques are established as the means of producing state-of-the-art optical fiber. Their progressive development over the last decade has resulted in material whose performance is limited only by the intrinsic properties of silica and accompanied by an approximately tenfold decrease cost.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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