HP Cladding Mode Suppressed Photosensitive Single-Mode Fiber
Nufern CMS-HP fiber is a photosensitive single-mode fiber designed for the production of complex Bragg grating structures, such as those with high channel count, wherein cladding mode suppression is a fundamental requirement. This fiber sets a new standard for photosensitive telecom fibers, with its excellent cladding mode suppression, high intrinsic photosensitivity, low birefringence, and low polarization mode dispersion (PMD). It allows easy, uniform grating writing; tighter channel spacing; and low splice loss to standard transmission fibers.
Geometrical & Mechanical Specifications
Coating Requirements: UV Cured, Dual Acrylate
Features & Benefits
- Excellent cladding mode suppression—Allows for tighter channel spacing
- Mode matched to conventional transmission fibers—Low splice loss
- Designed to achieve low PMD—Enables the development of low PDL devices
- Dispersion compensators
- DWDM gain flattening filters
Nufern’s optical fiber products, including rare-earth doped, gyro, polarization-maintaining, radiation resistant, photosensitive, multimode and single mode, and any other optical fiber product including custom optical fibers, may be covered by one or more of the following pending or issued U.S. Patents, each of which is owned by or licensed by Nufern:
6,779,364; 6,832,026; 6,904,214; 6,950,586; 7,003,206; 7,050,686; 7,062,137; 7,110,647; 7,116,887; 7,167,621; 7,317,857; 7,371,019; 7,386,210; 7,400,812; 7,483,610; 7,634,164; 7,724,422; 5,949,941 (licensed from Furukawa Electric Co. of North America).
Moreover, use of Nufern’s optical fiber products, including modifications thereof, combinations with other products, or certain specific uses can necessitate additional customer licensing, particularly with respect to U.S. Patent nos. 5,818,630 (IMRA America, Inc.) and 6,496,301 (The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy). See the terms and conditions specific to your purchase.