In this paper we present experimental results of polarization properties of the photonic liquid crystal fibers (PLCFs) in which selected micro holes of the cladding were infiltrated with nematic liquid crystal (LC) guest materials. Temperature-induced changes of the polarization mode dispersion (PMD) for the 1550 nm wavelength were observed.

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