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Coupling starlight into single-mode photonic crystal fiber using a field lens.

Corbett, J.C.W. (2005) 'Coupling starlight into single-mode photonic crystal fiber using a field lens.', Optics express., 13 (17). pp. 6527-6540.


We determine the coupling characteristics of a large mode area (LMA) photonic crystal, single-mode fiber when fed with an on-axis field lens used to place an image of the telescope exit pupil at the fiber input. The maximum field of view is found to be approximately the same as that of feeding the fiber directly with the telescope PSF in the image plane. However, the field lens feed can be used to provide a flat, maximised coupling response over the entire visible-NIR which is not possible using either the highly wavelength dependent direct feed coupling to the LMA fiber or the attenuation spectrum limited step index fiber cases.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Fibers, Single-mode, Image processing, Image analysis, Interferometry.
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Publisher statement:© 2005 Optical Society of America.
Record Created:15 Mar 2007
Last Modified:24 Jul 2014 20:27

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