Abstract

Alkali-leadsilicate optical fibers with a numerical aperture of 0,47 and optical losses of 50 dB/km - 60 dB/km between 800 nm and 1100 nm were fabricated by employing the double crucible technique.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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