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Directional-coupler filter using dissimilar optical fibres

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Abstract

The letter discusses the filter bandwidths achievable with directional couplers composed of two dissimilar optical fibres. One fibre always has a step-index core while the other may be either a step-index fibre or a graded-index fibre whose core has a parabolic, triangular or cusp-shaped refractive-index distribution.

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