StockerYale introduces low-loss cladding mode suppression fiber

February 3, 2003--StockerYale Inc., an independent designer and manufacturer of specialty optical fiber, announced the availability of low-loss cladding mode suppression (CMS) fiber, which is being marketed under the nomenclature CMS-1550-R3. StockerYale's low-loss cladding mode suppression fiber is ideal for the fabrication of high-quality fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs).

Feb 3rd, 2003

StockerYale Inc., an independent designer and manufacturer of specialty optical fiber, announced the availability of low-loss cladding mode suppression (CMS) fiber, which is being marketed under the nomenclature CMS-1550-R3. StockerYale's low-loss cladding mode suppression fiber is ideal for the fabrication of high-quality fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs).

The company's low-loss CMS fiber virtually eliminates cladding mode loss peaks in the transmission spectrum given that the coupling of the core mode to cladding modes is highly suppressed. Additionally, because of its proprietary FBG simulation software, StockerYale is able to design CMS fiber that attains the achievable physical limit of cladding mode suppression.

StockerYale's cladding mode suppression fibers are ideal for the development and manufacture of DWDM filters, dispersion compensating filters, and gain-flattening filters. The company can also custom design a fiber to meet a customer's exact specifications.

StockerYale Inc. (Salem, NH) is an independent designer and manufacturer of phase masks, specialty optical fiber, and advanced optical sub-components as well as structured light lasers, specialized fiber optic, fluorescent, and LED technologies for use in a wide range of markets and industries including the aerospace, telecommunications, military, utilities, machine vision, industrial inspection, and medical markets.

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