The dispersion compensation properties of dual-concentric core photonic crystal fibers are theoretically investigated in this letter. The effects of geometric structure on the dispersion properties of dual-concentric core photonic crystal fibers are carefully studied by finite element method. The first layer of holes around the core area is enlarged in a new manner with the near-core point fixed. Considering the tradeoff among several parameters, results show that the dispersion compensation wavelength and strength can be tuned to desired values by constructing an appropriate design of the geometric structure of photonic crystal fibers.
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