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  • De Sterke, C; Botten, Lindsay; Mcphedran, Ross; Wilcox, Stuart; Kuhlmey, Boris; Fussell, David (SPIE, 2005)
    Many of the applications of photonic crystals and photonic crystal fibres require the periodic structure tohave some type of defect. In photonic crystal fibers a point defect defines the fiber core, whereas in photonic ...
  • Botten, Lindsay; Mcphedran, Ross; De Sterke, C; Nicorovici, Nicolae; Asatryan, Ara; Smith, Geoff; White, Thomas; Fussell, David; Kuhlmey, Boris; Langtry, Tim (Taylor & Francis, 2006)
  • Wilcox, Stuart; Botten, Lindsay; De Sterke, C; Kuhlmey, Boris; Mcphedran, Ross; Fussell, David; Tomljenovic-Hanic, Snjezana (Optical Soc Amer, 2005)
    Using a novel computational method, the fundamental mode in index-guided microstructured optical fibers with genuinely infinite cladding is studied. It is shown that this mode has no cut-off, although its area grows rapidly ...
  • Grujic, T; Kuhlmey, Boris; De Sterke, C; Poulton, Christopher (Optical Soc Amer, 2009)
    Photonic crystal fibers often consist of rotationally symmetric inclusions in an otherwise uniform background medium. The band diagrams and modes of such structures can be efficiently calculated using geometry-specific ...
  • White, Tom; Kuhlmey, Boris; Mcphedran, Ross; Maystre, Daniel; Renversez, Gilles; De Sterke, C; Botten, Lindsay (Optical Society of America, 2002)
    We describe a multipole method for calculating the modes of microstructured optical fibers. The method uses a multipole expansion centered on each hole to enforce boundary conditions accurately and matches expansions with ...
  • Kuhlmey, Boris; White, Tom; Renversez, Gilles; Maystre, Daniel; Botten, Lindsay; De Sterke, C; Mcphedran, Ross (Optical Society of America, 2002)
    We describe the numerical verifications of a multipole formulation for calculating the electromagnetic properties of the modes that propagate in microstructured optical fibers. We illustrate the application of this formulation ...