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Optimized Fibers for Coupling Efficiency

NuBRIDGE fibers have small cores and high NAs resulting in small mode field diameters for excellent coupling efficiency to planar waveguides and silicon photonics devices.

The expected splice loss to standard single mode transmission fibers would be very high.

To address this issue NuBRIDGE fibers feature a proprietary core and clad composition that allows the core to thermally expand during splicing and still yield a very low splice loss.

Optical Benefits

  • Mode field diameter of UHNA fibers specified at three wavelengths to cover the widest range of applications.
     
  • Up to 500nm of operating range over a single fiber - ideal for WDM applications.

 

Mechanical Benefits

  • Exceptional coupling efficiency to planar waveguides, including silicon photonics chips.
     
  • Proprietary composition designed to thermally expand the core during splicing providing low splice loss to transmission fibers.
     
  • Low bend loss suitable for miniature devices.
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Optical Fibers

780-OCT

Nufern’s -OCT select cutoff single-mode fibers are optimized for Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) medical imaging methods....

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Nufern's Fiber Amplifiers

Nufern’s fiber amplifiers offer a unique approach to optical signal gain challenges by offering stable, high peak power monolithic solutions. Polarization maintaining amplifiers from Nufern, with very high signal extinction ratios, are unmatched in performance, from low power applications to multi-stage amplifiers capable of hundreds of watts of TEM00 power. Based on 100% prooftested Nufern double-clad fiber, these packaged solutions simplify the most difficult optical amplification problems—reducing program costs, complexity, and time to completion.