Characterization of Fluoropolymer Photonic Crystal Fiber for THz Regime

Jiten Boruah, Bhawana Dabas, Monika Rajput, R. K. Sinha

Abstract


In this paper, we present the propagation characteristics of
Fluoropolymer based Photonic Crystal Fiber (PCF) exhibiting guiding properties in terahertz region. The variation of effective index of guided mode and dispersion with wavelength in hexagonal lattice Fluoropolymer PCF are investigated by using the fully-vectorial finite element method (FEM).

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26713%2Fjamcnp.v1i2.264

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