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Single Negative Metamaterial-Based Hollow-Core Bandgap Fiber With Multilayer Cladding
We have a tendency to propose a single negative metamaterial (MTM)-primarily based hollow-core fiber with multilayer cladding using zero-effective-phase bandgap for optical confinement in this paper. The cladding is made from a ternary one-D photonic crystal (T-1DPC) unit cell, that is largely a Mu-negative material sandwiched by totally different Mu-negative and Epsilon-negative materials. We tend to demonstrate its capability for broadband transmission by numerically simulating and analyzing the photonic bandgap (PBG) and the modal loss characteristics. The results show that the T-1DPC-primarily based cladding can effectively broaden the PBG. Compared with that for the binary 1-D photonic crystal unit cell-based fiber, the radiation loss for the T-1DPC-based fiber will be reduced by 3 orders of magnitude over most of the PBG range for equal variety of unit cells. This MTM fiber, depending on the operating wavelength, shows surface plasmon steering or classical wave guidance or both simultaneously. We have a tendency to conjointly investigate the effect of variations in the planning parameters and material absorption on the wave steerage of this fiber.
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