Abstract

The transmission properties of five types of hollow-core photonic bandgap fibers (HC-PBFs) are characterized in the telecom wavelength range around 1.5μm. The variations in optical transmission are measured as a function of laser frequency over a 2GHz scan range as well as a function of time over several hours. The influence of these variations on spectroscopy of molecules in a HC-PBF is simulated.

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