Abstract

First experimental wavelength scaling in 19-cell core HC-PBGF indicates that the minimum loss waveband occurs at longer wavelengths than previously predicted. Record low loss (2.5dB/km) fibers operating around 2μm and gas-purging experiments are also reported.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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