Abstract

We present a new cladding design for photonic crystal fiber (PCF) on a decagonal structure to simultaneously achieve ultra-flattened large negative dispersion and ultrahigh birefringence. Numerical results confirm that the proposed PCF exhibits ultra-flattened large negative dispersion over the S+C+L+U wavelength bands and average dispersion of about 558.96ps/nm/km with absolute dispersion variation of 9.7ps/nm/km from 1460 to 1675 nm (215 nm bandwidth). Moreover, ultrahigh birefringence of 0.0299 is also achieved at a 1500 nm wavelength.

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