Abstract

Propagation of light at 1.5 µm with peak intensity in an air hole is achieved within an air–silica-structured Fresnel waveguide. Thus a simpler fiber design alternative to photonic crystal fibers is possible for high-peak-power propagation with reduced nonlinear interactions. Multiple foci are observed in the far field.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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