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Title: HiBi Triangular Optical Nanowire in Suspended-Core Fiber for Sensing Applications
Authors: Ricardo Melo André
Manuel Joaquim Marques
Orlando Frazão
Issue Date: 2013
Abstract: A triangular nanowire is fabricated by tapering a suspended-core fiber and reducing the core size below one micrometer. The triangular nanowire has a high birefringence with an order of magnitude of 10-3 and when introduced in a fiber loop mirror presents a sinusoidal interference pattern generated by the fast and slow modes of the nanowire. The suspended nanowires were characterized in temperature and strain and enhanced sensitivities were found for both parameters when compared with untapered structures.
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