Abstract

A nonzero dispersion shifted fiber design based on hole-assisted lightguide fiber is presented. The proposed fiber has low dispersion slope around 0.01ps/nm2-km and small negative dispersion values over the wavelength range from 1530 to 1620nm. It can be used as a transmission medium for a long-haul dense wavelength-division-multiplexed system.

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