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Determination of the laser-induced damage threshold of polymer optical fibers
Investigating the properties of manufactured polymer optical fibers is essential to determine proper areas of application. Using pulsed laser radiation, especially with respect to laser activity in optical fibers, the maximum acceptable transmittable energy without inducing damage is of particular interest. Therefore, this work is related to laser-induced damage in polymer optical fibers at a wavelength of 532 nm and a pulse duration of 7.3 ns. In particular, the influence of the couplingdoi:10.15488/10258 fatcat:h6ktihu6ufcnpnuzxbeokp4jfy