Abstract

A novel method for fabricating a subwavelength-diameter optical fiber that can be coupled with optical microresonators is proposed. This method is characterized by the ability to produce a fiber with the specified characteristics required for reliable coupling owing to the possibility of correction of the fiber pulling parameters during fiber production by using sensors to monitor the tension and heating temperature. The main characteristics of the obtained samples of the subwavelength-diameter optical fiber are determined.

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