Abstract

The hollow regions of an anti-resonant fiber (ARF) offer an excellent template for the deposition of functional materials. When the optical properties of such materials can be modified via external stimuli, it offers a method to control the transmission properties of the fiber device. In this Letter, we show that the integration of a ${{\rm MoS}_2}$ film into the ARF voids allows the fiber to act as an electro-optical modulator. We record a maximum modulation depth of 3.5 dB at 744 nm, with an average insertion loss of 7.5 dB.

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