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A novel star shape photonic crystal fiber for low loss terahertz pulse propagation
An extremely low loss circle-based star shape photonic crystal fiber (CS-PCF) has been proposed for terahertz (THz) spectrum. A dielectric material TOPAS has been used for constructing the proposed model. Some important parameters for the proposed waveguide have been investigated a wide THz spectrum ranging from 0.5 to 2.50 THz. The simulation result exhibits an extremely-low material loss of 0.01607 cm−1 and a large effective area of 1.386 106 m2 at 1.0 THz frequency with 55% core porosity. In addition, the proposed structure establishes comparatively higher core power fraction maintaining lower scattering loss about 1.235 10−15 dB/cm and 91.97% of bulk absorption material loss at the same operating frequency. From the above results, it is anticipated that proposed CS-PCF model of the THz waveguide will make the conventional communication very effective over the current designs.
Effective material loss, Power fraction, Scattering loss, Single mode fiber, THz application
Fahad Ahmed, Subrata Roy, Kawsar Ahmed, Bikash Kumar Paul, Ali Newaz Bahar
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Nano Communication Networks
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