Abstract

Single-mode optical fibers may be considered as the super-highways of future optical communication systems,1 Single-mode fibers fabricated until now had core sizes on the order of 4 to 6 μm,2,3 and practical problems existed which were associated with fabricating and splicing such small-core fibers, Recent advances in chemical.

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