Fibers that do not adhere to single-mode and multimode communication fibre standards are referred to as “specialty fibres.” The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standards for single-mode are widely used.
A high-performance, heat-resistant fibre having a benzene-fused oxazole ring structure is called polybenzoxazole (PBO). The fibre is the strongest man-made organic fibre, being about twice as strong as aramid fibres (Kevlar, Nomex), and about ten times stronger than steel.
The Global Speciality Fiber Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Corning Erbium-Doped Specialty Fibers are produced using the proprietary outer vapour deposition (OVD) method, which is the industry standard for dependability and homogeneity.
In order to significantly improve mechanical dependability and resistance to hydrogen-induced optical attenuation loss, Corning offers erbium-doped fibres with hermetic coatings.
When paired with fibres like Corning HI 1060 FLEX, Corning HI 980, and Corning SMF-28e+ optical fibre, these erbium-doped fibres routinely show reduced splice loss. They have a proven track record in cutting-edge optical amplifiers.
There are designs of erbium-doped fibre that can be used for traditional L-band, C-band, and reduced-clad (80 m) applications.
Due to the spectral homogeneity of our Erbium-doped fibre, typical high-performance amplifiers don’t require constant alterations to the gain flattening filter design because gain consistency is maximised.
Customers will pay less since there are far less variations in the gain spectrum and pump power needs, which leads to a more predictable production process for amplifiers.
Using the unique OVD process from Corning, exceptional consistency and uniformity. The repeatability of the gain spectrum is made possible by OVD manufacturing consistency, which lowers the requirement for amplifier deployment lot criteria.
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