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At the beginning of the seventies, a break-through took place in the telecommunication research. The introduction of Chemical Vapour Deposition technology in the manufacture of optical fibres allowed both technical quality and economical convenience to realise optical networks, thus beginning the telecommunication revolution. Since that moment, a great development of the CVD techniques has been performed, introducing several methods to produce fibres with geometry and optical propertiesdoi:10.1051/jphyscol:19955115 fatcat:43mjmdqebrhizg77bskfaczd6m