Abstract

A large-mode-area single-mode optical fiber based on leaky-mode filtering was prepared by a modified chemical vapor deposition (MCVD) technique. The fiber has a leaky cladding that discriminates the fundamental mode from higher-order modes. A preliminary version has a 25μm core diameter and 0.11 numerical aperture. A Gaussian-like mode with 22μm mode field diameter was observed after 3m propagation, in agreement with modeling.

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