Analyze the Angularly displaced Blocked to Spherical Hexagonal Silica Photonic Crystal Fiber to Obtain Improved Optical Characteristics

Saurabh Jangid, Anurag Paliwal, Sunil Sharma: Analyze the Angularly displaced Blocked to Spherical Hexagonal Silica Photonic Crystal Fiber to Obtain Improved Optical Characteristics. In: International Transaction on Engineering & Science, 1 (3), pp. 16-21, 2019.

Abstract

Photonic crystal fibers (PCF) have been investigate two decade back to improve the transmission properties. Initially Optical fibers were in used to transmit data through long channels. There were a great loss of information and the received data was not able to serve properly in all manners. Later on in this field of investigation in 1956 the term was first coined by Mr. N.S. Kapany while he was working in images transmitting device named fiberscope. Number of research papers available in the field of Photonic crystal fibers with different design parameters. Everyone tried to receive better output characteristics using their designs. Here in this paper we also tried to design an angularly displaced blocked to spherical hexagonal structure of PCF using Silica as a PCF material. The aim of this design is to achieve improved optical characteristics by considering various optical parameters. Here Prime consideration for the proposed design are Selecting the diameter of air holes, maintaining the distance between two air holes which is known as pitch, selecting the number of rings or layers for the proposed design. Thereafter with these input parameters the design is simulated to obtain better optical characteristics. Here we try to improve Dispersion profile by minimizing it towards zero, Improving Transmission factor, minimizing the Confinement loss and maintaining the Refractive index of the material used by using sellmeier equation.

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@article{ITG_470,
title = {Analyze the Angularly displaced Blocked to Spherical Hexagonal Silica Photonic Crystal Fiber to Obtain Improved Optical Characteristics},
author = {Saurabh Jangid, Anurag Paliwal, Sunil Sharma},
url = {https://www.itgjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/ITG_470.pdf},
year  = {2019},
date = {2019-02-26},
journal = {International Transaction on Engineering & Science},
volume = {1},
number = {3},
pages = {16-21},
abstract = {Photonic crystal fibers (PCF) have been investigate two decade back to improve the transmission properties. Initially Optical fibers were in used to transmit data through long channels. There were a great loss of information and the received data was not able to serve properly in all manners. Later on in this field of investigation in 1956 the term was first coined by Mr. N.S. Kapany while he was working in images transmitting device named fiberscope. Number of research papers available in the field of Photonic crystal fibers with different design parameters. Everyone tried to receive better output characteristics using their designs. Here in this paper we also tried to design an angularly displaced blocked to spherical hexagonal structure of PCF using Silica as a PCF material. The aim of this design is to achieve improved optical characteristics by considering various optical parameters. Here Prime consideration for the proposed design are Selecting the diameter of air holes, maintaining the distance between two air holes which is known as pitch, selecting the number of rings or layers for the proposed design. Thereafter with these input parameters the design is simulated to obtain better optical characteristics. Here we try to improve Dispersion profile by minimizing it towards zero, Improving Transmission factor, minimizing the Confinement loss and maintaining the Refractive index of the material used by using sellmeier equation.},
keywords = {ITES, Volume 1 Issue 3},
pubstate = {published},
tppubtype = {article}
}

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